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Prepping for fog lamp install; 96 base wagon

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Re: Prepping for fog lamp install; 96 base wagon

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abscate wrote: Wed Jul 29, 2020 4:30 am Make a hole start with the soldering iron then a thin hacksaw blade or a loose jig saw blade would go through like butter. Or, my favourite tool of late, a Dremel and an excuse to go to the store and buy yet another bit, amidst eye rolling from the Admiral.
Well, I have been in the market for a cordless Dremel 8220 but no retailers my way have them in stock or any clue when they will. Went for the $25 Harbor Freight “alternative”, which actually did a good job cutting through the soft plastic with a spiral drywall cutting bit. More pics soon -
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