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Old 11-09-2004, 11:05 PM   #1
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I'm planning on fixing the heat shield over my muffler soon. The rivits that held it up are completely gone/rusted through. Since the rivits are where the holes would be, I need to drill new holes into the frame. Are there any wires or lines that I would need to be wary of before I go crazy with the Dremel?
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No wires run through the frame. The only things to watch for are brake lines and fuel lines, clearly visible on the inside of the frame.
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