I managed to check for alignment of screw holes for the 202-R. The cabinet that I acquired from the bid site may be correct for a 100 series amplifier, but they do not match the screw holes for the bottom cover of the 202-R. To use this cabinet with the 202-R would require some special metal brackets to use as adapters for the holes revealed in the bottom of the 202-R bottom cover after removal of the original equipment feet. Those front bottom cover screw holes wind up in a vacant area in the bottom of the wood cabinet. At the rear of the cabinet the location screw holes would have to be drilled out of the wood in that area in order to use this cabinet for the 202-R. Also as it turns out, the back end of the 202-R extends beyond the rear limits of the cabinet by over 1/4" so the AM loop antenna and the fuse holder and rear connections are exposed and vulnerable to damage. So just any cabinet will not necessarily work for a 202-R or other Fisher FM tuner. Any wooden cabinet made to fit a 202-R needs to have an overall depth dimension of at least 13 inches, not 12 inches.