Never asked them about customizing them but I'm sure for a price they might...it cost me a case of beer to get a local fabricator to mill them and he did a great job. Clean slots with no burs or anything. The one thing I forgot to take a picture of
At any rate, here's some pics of what I got...Wouldn't it be sweet if Axiom made some and they had the logo too?
Box with my address on it at least 3 times, making sure I got it!!
This discription had me worried...
Packaging - There was air bags in the box that deflated, sharp spikes
Unwrapped another angle
Installed - Front
Front - Close
Front Left - Close *Man I love the High Gloss Cherry*
Front Right - Close *High Gloss Cherry, so sweet*
Full Frontal - Need to get Center Stand...
These new Outriggers really do help make my M60's sit level and feel sturdy. Any light nudge and there fine. Bumping into it for the most part is okay, I just hip checked (like a good Canadian boy) mine and it moved but was in no fear of going over.The wider the base the sturdier it will be and these are sturdy now, I have peace of mind.
This all started as I was never that comfortable with how my speakers stood. Recently, I caught my right speaker (in time) when I bumped it while doing some re-wiring and that prompt this purchase. Before installing the Outriggers my speakers never sat very well and were way to wobbly. My speakers are on carpet with under pad over a concrete slab bassment floor. The floor is not level for drainage and they guys who "levelled" it didn't smooth out a few spots...of course where the speakers are located.
As for the cost, more than I wanted to spend, but cheaper than replacing a damaged speaker. The Outriggers were $45 each, shipping to Canada was just under $50 and then my friends at customs wanted another $14 bucks. As mentioned before the holes did not line up so I had them milled for a case of beer $33. So for a grand total of $277ish dollars they were expensive for us Canadians but probably not so bad for you Americans as you would save around $50 bucks. As well, you could get the 10" wide ones that would be a little cheaper and only 2 would need to be milled to fit the back speakers.
Oh yeah the competition Soundocity was $129 a pair (64.50 each) for the ones I looked at, and shipping was around $50 so a total of about $322 including my friends at the border charge. Also there should be no need to customize these ones so no milling fee or case of beer for anyone so a total difference of around $45 bucks. Giving this knowledge now, I may have just gone with the Soundocity ones but I wasn't expecting the mill work to be done or the border charge.
At any rate, steel is pricey and these 2 products seem to be the only ones out there unless you can DIY, they are good but are they worth it to you...to me yes.