On Fri, 29 Feb 2008, Doug Braun wrote:
> Wow! A lot of people with nothing to do on a Friday night except stare
> at a computer screen! Thanks for all the quick advice.
> I happen to have a decent bi-metal 3/4" hole saw blade, so I'll try that
> on a piece of scrap. If the hole its too ugly, I'll go over the weekend
> to the HF store that just opened a few miles from where I live and buy
> one of their Unibit knockoffs.
> The holes are for mounting braces on the inner rear fenders of my '31
> ford, and are hidden, so beauty is not critical.
If that's the case, I'd recommend any of the solutions mentioned... Every
time I use a holesaw, I get something bigger than the diameter of the
holesaw though, but not a huge amount so.
I actually just used my HF unibit clone tonight for the very first time
(first time for any unibit style drill). It was on some fairly thick
stuff... Probably around 1/8" thick steel, so not a direct comparison for
I was quite pleasantly surprised at how well it worked. It became my new
favorite way to get bigger holes in stuff like that!
This is the set I got. On sale right now as well.
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