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Old 02-02-2011, 10:38 AM   #1
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Sheet metal work

Does anyone have the facilities to cut out blanks to cover the holes for when I remove my flashing lights? If not, do you a template you could scan?

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Re: Sheet metal work

I would think that a decent pair of tin snips would do the trick. Failing that a sabre saw would handle the heavier stuff like aluminum.

For a template I would trace a quart paint can (ur something like that) for the curved ends.
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