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Old 06-02-2009, 04:55 AM
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dewalt makes a nice little electric tool that can be as a 1/4" die grinder its made for cutting things like sheetrock,but be careful out in the field ,"FIRE" I caught one on fire some years back,almost didnt get it out,scare the sheet outa ya,swazall will work just fine

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Big bottle of compressed gas like Nitrogen or co2.

Drives air tools just fine. Works for NASCAR.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/STIHL-TS-400-14-...31128002r30980

Go rent one of these .

It will take you longer to get it start it & shut it off than to cut the panel.

Make sure the gas tank is OUT & use saftey goggles , gloves eye & hearing protection.

HACK A WHACK A DONE!




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That's exactly what I meant by Target Saw. Target is a brand name for concrete saws, but they make a gas powered cut off saw.
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Thats a monster!!!!!! scares me just looking at it. LOL,time IS money.It takes me about an hour with my sawzall and I've done a lot of them...looks like ten minutes tops with that beast.home depo gives a huge discount for bringing it back the same day too.
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That's the tool TopGear recomends to remove the "boot" when you get caught parking in the wrong place.
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A" front cut "or "top & tail" are easy once you have all the crap out of the way.

1/4 cuts are a little more involved because of the cross webbing on the trunk deck.

We called it the K~ 10 saw cut thru any / everything glass , steel , rubber , frame & Flesh!

Its the only way to cut up a car.

Rent one & get er done!

One of the few tools I STIHL don't own.





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