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Can I replace optical drive with SSD drive on non-unibody MacBook?

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Is it possible to replace my optical drive with a 2nd hard drive in my 2.16 Ghz non-unibody macbook, 13"? I cannot find any 9.5mm caddys that will hold a 2nd hard drive in the optical drive slot.

I found this part online for non-unibody macbook pros, but not sure if this will work in my non-unibody macbook.

http://www.newmodeus.com/shop/index.php?...

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Here is a link to the part ifixit sells to work with your computer. If you would contact them I'm sure they will insure you receive the correct part. Good luck.

Unibody Laptop Dual Drive

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1(866) 613-4948

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Unibody Laptop Dual Drive

Add a hard drive to your laptop by replacing the optical drive with a second hard drive. Compatible with all Unibody MacBooks and Unibody MacBook Pros (excluding MacBook Pro Retina). 9.5 mm Internal SATA Optical Bay for SATA Hard Drives. — 50+ available at 39.95 each.

Thanks, but this is for unibody macbook models. I'm not sure that it will work with my non-unibody macbook.

Tommy Louis,

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