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Durock Plate Mount Stabilizers
Durock Plate Mount Stabilizers
Durock Plate Mount Stabilizers
Durock Plate Mount Stabilizers
Durock Plate Mount Stabilizers
Durock Plate Mount Stabilizers
Durock Plate Mount Stabilizers
Durock Plate Mount Stabilizers
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Durock Plate Mount Stabilizers

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Durock continues to be the reliable source for all keyboard hobbyists alike with their plate mount options. Whether you're looking to spruce up your newly purchased Drop board, or an NK65 - these stabilizers are perfect for boards that only support plate mount stabilizers!
This kit includes the following:
  • 1x 6.25u wire
  • 4x 2U wire

Kits are available in full black or full white options.

Unlike Durock's PCB mount stabilizer offerings, the stems/sliders for these do have the extra legs often found in GMK stabilizers. The community generally recommends clipping these to improve the sound profile, which can easily be done with flush cutters or a pair of nail clippers. For more information on how to mod your stabilizers, check out Top Clack's article on it!