I got this shoebox a while back and it worked pretty dang good. The only problem was that the trigger adjustment sucked and it was almost impossible to walk. I had a spare gz frame laying around in the stock pile of parts and wanted to see how well it mated up. It fit pretty good but it was a tad to long and curved at the top. I threw the frame on my mill and shortened it up along with taking the curve out of the top. Then I milled the tray out a little bit to help route the wires easier and provide a way to mount the frame screws. I reused the front frame screw holder and drilled and tapped the rear screw. Amazingly enough the frame is the same width as the bottom of the tray so it looks pretty good. The next thing on the schedule was to do away with the freaking maxflo reg. I used a remote line on/off for the new asa. I milled it down a little bit shorter on the top and drilled and tapped both the tray and the asa. I also tapped the inside of the asa on the top for an 1/8" plug, put it in and sealed it up with some epoxy. Then I put 2 regular sized macro line fittings on it to get away from the massive ones that were on there. Thats where it stands of right now. Some time this week I am going to reroute the micro switch to a conventional gen 2 timmy style and look for a universal board that will accept eyes and some more adjustable modes and stuff. Also I have "The Part" for it, but I am going to make sure I can get it working with the regular parts before swapping the out for "the Part" haa
How I got it:
How it looks as of 1/3/08:
Any thoughts or suggestions are more then welcomed.