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    working in tight spaces? Look for the dremel.

    We have a few of these. 8220 is our rotary tool, and we also have the Saw Max.

    Dremels are normally around $100 per tool But they are tough little machines.

    We cut 1/4 steel with the saw max. I'll have to find the picture. It was impressive.

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    Here are some pics of our dremels.

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    Here's a shot of the 8220 in action. We are modding the fuel line for the Magnuson Supercharger

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    And cutting the stud in the rear of the engine bay

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    I used a dremel and a stone grinding bit to reshape several of the holes I drilled for rivet nuts in my body. The instructions called for a 17/32 hole but I drilled a 1/2 inch and touched it up with the dremel for a perfect fit.

    My dremel is one of my most valuable tools and stays out on the workbench ready for action.

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