Careful if you cut deep, there is expanding foam crap back there and it is very flammable. I had a lot of smoke coming from my fender when the last piece fell out with foam. I thought "surely they wouldn't put something highly flammable in all the cavities", so I put a lighter to the little piece that fell out and "poof!"
Using a recip saw would probably create a lot less heat.
Thanks for the tip, I don't think GEICO would cover me if my Jeep went up in flames and it never occurred to me that noise suppression material would be in there.
Originally Posted by MeatCurtains
You are only cutting off a little piece.
Awesome, appreciate the video, that helps alot.
Originally Posted by DBA2GO
I'm guessing you're kidding; but, IMHO I wouldn't sneak into any junk yard unless I knew the dogs the owner lets out at night.
Correct, the junk yards are way to risky. My idiot neighbor kids Vega is much less dangerous, and I won't need as long of an extension cord
Originally Posted by Demp
That video gives a decent description. Using a sizable rotary tool as he does definately simplifies versus a tiny rotozip or dremel. Reminds me that I need to get a new one, F little dremels.
Edit: Because Meat posts faster than I do AGAIN .
Appreciate the input. I've used Dremels for radio control gas cars, but man....just thinking of using it for this makes my head spin.
For some reason it seems what I'm giving up in the 20" rims and gaining in the 35's would be a wash. I'm missing something here I'm guessing.