|05-09-2011 08:23 AM|
|JohnnyK81||Oh, I do it too.. And people ***** at me.|
|05-08-2011 10:50 PM|
|tech69||I was taught that but being it's a cheapie I guess I haven't respected the tool. I guess I shouldn't do that though cause it will dull it out.|
|05-08-2011 10:46 PM|
|JohnnyK81||Nice, but I cringed when you filed.. They only cut forward, man!|
|05-08-2011 07:00 PM|
Iíll be sure to duct tape some foam to the back of my hand.
Granted, it wonít work on all areas. However, for those obvious areas where access is available and where the hammer and dolly still wonít work this seams a viable solution.
|05-08-2011 06:06 PM|
|tech69||just be mindful that you not only need backside access but you need comfy backside access or it will jump on you, or maybe I just have short arms-lol This is why I mentioned that it's harsh on your shoulders, cause you're basically trying to keep in full contact. Other than that, it works well. I just got a cheapie harber freight one, some grade 8 bolts, and some different washers. Was fun to make those for sure.|
|05-08-2011 06:02 PM|
|05-08-2011 05:03 PM|
glad you agree with the cotter pin tool. so much better than that mac tool that's made for those mouldings.
The only thing, I never used a real planishing hammer to compare it with but it works pretty well anyhow.
|05-08-2011 04:28 PM|
I too use a cotter pin puller for removing belt moldings and youíre absolutely right about rolling the belt moldings during removal.
I also like your idea on using a palm nailer as a planishing hammer. Never thought of that.
|05-08-2011 03:46 PM|
new video up...quarter panel extensions/ creative tooling
there's some other stuff in there too. there's a glitch in the program I use and it happens every time I add a pic and use a snap shot sample. Other than that it's ok. The next one will be strictly auto body stuff, no gimmicks.