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    Perfect. Thanks. Iíll start on the holes then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Copasspupil View Post
    Perfect. Thanks. I’ll start on the holes then
    I would suggest NOT to use a step bit as you can be drilling into other items behind the body and not know it. Just use a normal 1/2" drill and use a rat tail file, or the drill to slightly enlarge the hole. Remeber, you want a tight fit., Not too tight that you dent the metal tapping it in, but stull snug.

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    Well I canceled the fluted reamer since it was delayed another week so I have a set of 118* bits to use and Iíll get a nicer grinding wheel but to use to make it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Copasspupil View Post
    Well I canceled the fluted reamer since it was delayed another week so I have a set of 118* bits to use and I’ll get a nicer grinding wheel but to use to make it right.
    You will be set with that bit alone.

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    Well the front fenders at the top where the support piece is suppose to line up is off and needs to have the lower part of the sheet metal grinded away about a 1/16Ē to work.

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    Drilling the holes for the fenders

    I used the harbor freight step bit as well for the rear. Marked my depth with some duct tape. Worked well for me.

    I would not use the step bit for the front. I didnít have a file when I did mine. Strongly recommend you have one.


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    I bought one yesterday ty

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    Next question. What did you guys do for the leftover holes that have sprayed in foam and other holes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Copasspupil View Post
    Next question. What did you guys do for the leftover holes that have sprayed in foam and other holes?
    Left them alone for me.


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    Well I plan on using raptor for inside the wheel wells and coming up with something that will fill in the holes to finish it off

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