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Old 02-08-2007, 01:07 PM   #1
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What type of dremel tool would I need to cut through a bonnie frame and how much power?
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FRAME? No dremel will do that. I think you need to get more specific about what you want to do.
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not the frame but the body I meant. I have a practice car Im going to use first because Im going to install suicide doors on the bonnie and have to cut into where the rear door latch is located.
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You can forget the dremel and buy air tools. You'll burn through 5 dremels on one door.
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thanks alot
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Air cutting wheel and or a air body saw


like Bill sais, forget the dremel
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I'd second that no dremel is going to handle this job.
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an electric handheld grinder will do the trick also.... assuming you get the correct wheel.
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