I have deer skull that the person wants mounted to a pedestal panel with the lower jaw attached. I have to admit that I've never done this mainly because I personally don't care for the look. Be that as it may, the guy wants it so I'm doing it. Attaching the lower jaw isn't the issue, it's attaching the it to the pedestal panel that I've got a problem with. How do you guys/gals do it? He wants it so that the lower jaw is the only thing touching the panel itself (so that the angle of the finished mount would be the same as a top only skull mount, if that makes sense). I have a couple of ideas on how to do it like using a bolt through the panel then through the base of the skull using a lock or jam nut to hold it in the position desired, however this won't secure it enough to keep it from rotating on the panel. I'm sure some of you guys out there have done this before and have a great ingenious way of handling this problem! Anyone care to share their solutions?? Pics are always better! Thanks in advance!