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Unread 09-06-2001, 11:58 AM   #1
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Grinding bits

Hey there, I hear a lot of you guys and gals talk about grinding bits. Do you use these on your drill or a dremel tool or what? I need to get something to grind off a bolt head and I do not have a dremel tool. Do they sell strong grinding bits for use on your electric drill?

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Unread 09-07-2001, 10:40 PM   #2
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Many different ways to do the grinding .. depends on how much metal you are required to remove and how much time you have to spend doing it.

I personally have a pair of Dremels (amazing little tool), a 3" grinder, a 7" cutting wheel ... and looking for a 14" cut-off saw and a cutting torch.

Another cool tool to have is a sawzall .. it will "Saw All" .. kinda expensive, but well worth the money you spend. Most guys that have a sawzall will use it to cut frames, bodies, nuts, bolts .. and all kinds of other metal things.

What are you planning on doing with your metal cutting ability?
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