Good deal, I got a similar 4wd set up and my inward mounts did not work with this enclosure but I did the opposite I kept the enclosure and got reverse mounts lol. I needed the enclosire cause it was the nicest one I could find that could fit a 12s8p on an Evo deck.
@Jc06505n – So, what you’re seeing in that picture is me clamping my psychotiller enclosure down, because I’m using a heat gun to mold it to the deck, more precisely. I’m doing that because I’m not using screws at all. The screws would have applied enough clamping force, on their own, to flatten out the enclosure and make a good seal. I’m using magnets, on both board and enclosure, and I need them to line up, with no gap.
However, I bet clamping first then drilling could be a great way to do that, because it’d flatten the enclosure flanges out more.