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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-17-2012, 12:01 AM Thread Starter
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I took off the reflectors, taped it off and used a Dremel tool to make the cut. It worked ok but i definitely had to sand down the plastic to get it smooth. It was a completely free mod and it isn't perfect but for free, it works for now. Sorry about the crappy phone pics. I will post more pics tomorrow during the day.
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I used a hand wood saw on one last week. Easy clean up an down the road she went

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A hacksaw was my 2nd choice! lol

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Wow, thanks for all the responses fellas. Lol


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Wood saw is the best cause you can cut in straight line. Hack saw would be nothing but a bad cut.
Your done so go for you

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