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 Posted: Thu Aug 9th, 2018 09:28 pm
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Lee B



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A razor saw or fine-tooth belt on a bandsaw would work best.
Maybe even a dremel tool but that's kind of small for something like that.
Too many chances for cutting through that which you wanted to keep.
Heck, you could score it with a knife and straight edge and work it out that way.
It takes time but you can get some good clean cuts that way...


Traingeekboy wrote:
 
Since the local hobby store was kicked out of their building and then moved, my trip is 8 miles, which for me is a bit much today;
no AC in the car and it's almost 90 degrees out.


Wow EIGHT whole miles? How ever do you manage such a far drive?
Sorry, for me it's almost that distance to the highway to start to go anywhere else.
The nearest real hobby shop is just over 50 miles away and the nearest GOOD one is over 100 miles.
My sympathy meter registers a 0.0...




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