Offered for sale (or trade) is everything needed to properly convert a SC826A to SC826B model, i.e. supports rear drive kit (more info = Older Supermicro Chassis: Converting Rear-window to Support 2x2.5 Drive Cages?) and includes the following parts: MCP-220–82609–0N: 2 x 2.5" HDD Kit for 826B Servers 1 x BPN-SAS826-2PT - SAS2/SATA3 Backplane for 2.5" Drives 1 x 01-SC82632-XX00C10 - Metal cage 2 x 01-SB16105-XX00C102 - 2.5-Inch Hot Swap SAS/SATA Drive Caddy Tray 1 x CBL-SAST-0556 - Supermicro Internal MiniSAS HD (SFF-8643) to 4 SATA with Sideband 90/90/75/75/75cm Cable 4-pin power supply cable MCP-240–82608–0N: SC216B / SC826B Chassis LP rear window No Part #: Frame which secures MCP-220–82609–0N (connects PSU cage and rear window) Price = $75 OBO shipped fair? Tough for me to price ... AFAIK no "comparable" sales of a complete kit, considering that "no part # frame" can't be purchased (inferred from referenced thread), but this # is less than it would cost for procurement of the 2 parts that you can purchase. Trade = Shoot me what ya got via PM (happy to add $ on my end)! I do need up to 4 SSDs (2 x 826Bs with unpopulated rear windows), could be interested in 10G networking stuff 1M DACS, QSFP => SFP+ adapters, etc. Payment (if not a trade) = PayPal (as gift strongly preferred, please). Sale references available upon request. Shipping =USPS Priority Mail from 30326 to CONUS, included in $75 price. Willing to try to ship international at buyer's expense. Will ship same day as sale. Other: I have a few other parts from a donor 826 chassis posted on ebay. Moreso spending the time to sell it on ebay to start consolidating IT assets for a move a number of months out (as well as get my fiance to stop complaining about having server bits everywhere). My point, I've posted a number of parts on ebay (nothing super exciting), but feel free to PM me if interested generally, or if you need one of the below items + the conversion kit and I'll give you a STH deal (not the listed ebay price). Supermicro Front Panel Control Adapter Board FPB-FP826-D TB826 CBL-0217 Supermicro CBL-0071L 30" Front Panel Control Cable Supermicro MCP-290-82605-0V Silver Chassis Handle Set for SC826 Lot of 12 Supermicro (Gen 5.5) Hot-Swap 3.5" Hard Drive Tray with Hollowed Dummy SuperMicro PDB-PT826-8824 Power Distributor Supermicro MCP-320-82602-0N (3 Fan Module for 2U 3U CHASSIS) + 3 x FAN-0126L4 Supermicro W-778-B-0 W-778-A-0 L&R Repon Rack Mount Telescopic Outer Rail Kit Supermicro W-778-B-0 W-778-A-0 L&R Repon Rack Mount Telescopic Outer Rail Kit LSI SA-8743L-0.8M-N2 HD Mini SAS to Mini SAS SFF-8643 to SFF-8087 Cable Condition: MCP-220–82609–0N - 2 x 2.5" HDD Kit for 826B Servers = A | Comment = Perfect and tested to ensure it works. MCP-240–82608–0N: SC216B / SC826B Chassis LP rear window = C | Comment = It isn't perfectly straight as is noticeable when laying it flat on a table. It looks like someone removed it and attempted to bend it straight (I note that as I can see indentations from what appear to be pliers in certain areas). Frankly I'd attempt to straighten it out a bit, but: (a) I know I'm not good working with metal (wood is much more forgiving for me) and (b) I figured I would simply disclose that (I don't think it is a big deal) and allow whomever purchases to attempt straightening if they care to. Despite it not being "true" when it is laying flat on a table, when added to a chassis and screwed together, it straightens out just fine, and is unnoticeable. Further its the back of a server. No Part # - Cage Frame = "B / B+" | Comment = Only dinging it because it was removed from the chassis and I drilled out the rivets. SC826A to SC826B "Conversion Kit" (all Parts) MCP-220–82609–0N - 2 x 2.5" HDD Kit for 826B Servers MCP-240–82608–0N - SC216B / SC826B Chassis LP Rear Window No Part # - Frame for MCP-220–82609–0N >> See post #4 with plenty of additional images & install instructions. << EDIT: 01/08/19 07:45 AM PT - Pics of all items grouped, LP Rear Window, and "No Part # Cage Frame Added"