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Old 04-08-2002, 12:55 PM   #1
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in lexan covers?
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Old 04-08-2002, 06:39 PM   #2
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A proper way is to use a reamer. This is a reamer from Hudy.
You twist and twist the reamer into the lexan until you reach your desired hole size.

Another way is to puncture a hole using a sharp object and then start filing the hole using a circular file.
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Old 04-08-2002, 06:56 PM   #3
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drillbits..... 4 mount holes body and spoiler.
curve scissor ...... to cut vent holes. Tips for some cool web sites will show u how 2 mark and cut these holes
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Old 04-08-2002, 07:38 PM   #4
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Use reamer lah
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I use reamer, cutters, scissors and dremel ... ... heck, you can even use soldering iron! ...
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I got a small power tool between my legs
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I got a small power tool between my legs
So you are admitting yours is SMALL!!!!!
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Sorry...it should be small
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Sorry...it should be small
He he he he, You always like that.....

It may be small but but POWER...
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He he he he, You always like that.....

It may be small but but POWER...
You have to be careful about what you post with me and Manticore lurking around!!!

Power is nothing without CONTROL!!!!
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... and do you use it on lexan??? ... just kidding, man ...


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Ok Ok Ok Ok..

You are right... You must have CONTROL ALL THE TIME>>>>>>> LAST TO THE VERY LAST SECOND>>>>> SQUEEZE THE LAST DROP FROM IT.... (Battery i mean)
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Ok Ok Ok Ok..

You are right... You must have CONTROL ALL THE TIME>>>>>>> LAST TO THE VERY LAST SECOND>>>>> SQUEEZE THE LAST DROP FROM IT.... (Battery i mean)
I think someone is going to 'censor' this thread any minute now!!!
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but some ppl hav big holes leh...i mean those to put the glow plug thru the body..or at the side for the starter cord..i dun wan jus circles...wat abt rectangles?
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