I have an old Black Macbook that faced some pretty severe data loss after the hard drive burned down back in March. I haven't used it in a while and I would like to finally buy a hard drive so that I can replace it. I noticed, however, when I pulled the hard drive out that the Sled had come apart where it was glued, splitting the whole thing down the middle. Basically, I'm a little unsure as to whether I should even consider buying a new hard drive sled. Part of me doesn't want to gamble with this, but the sled itself could still be held up by the sides, through the nail holes. I can simply take out the nails and put it on a new hard drive, so it could still hold together and fit in my macbook, if I really wanted to use it. Now I admit I'm not really knowledgeable on the subject, but I really don't think this is smart as much as it is cheap, and honestly, I don't think doing this would be smart at all, which is why I'm asking you guys. Bottom line, I'm low on money and I'm trying to weigh my options. How badly would it affect the hard drive should I choose to attach it to a new one? I don't want to risk another hard drive failure, and I'm unsure whether using the same sled would result in some sort of overheating all over again.