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Old 03-04-2007, 07:27 PM   #1
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hmmm what should i do with me new dremel?
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Take off manifolds and port match
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Depends on which one you got. Alot depends on that.
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got this one-http://www.dremel.com/en-us/tools/tool-detail.htm?H=188091&G=66981&I=69675
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That'* going to be tough on car parts. You need full variable control to really work a manifold. Be prepared to find a local source for a set of brushes. I burn brushes out two or three times a year. And that'* on the high-end units.

The Black & Decker tools are made by dremel, but don't have replacable brushes. Stay away from them except for light work.

The tool you got will be good for sanding and polishing, but not really suited for cutting metals with carbide bits.
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im thinkin the first thing im going to do is clear the rears then maybe on to some polishing after that
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It should work good for that.
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