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Old 07-31-2007, 12:20 PM   #21
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Man, you almost have to be a double jointed pygmie to get in this space....don't they do anything easy? What happens if I cut too much off?
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Old 07-31-2007, 12:52 PM   #22
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Ok, I'll bite. What's a NDP fitting??
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You're right! Cutting off too much could seriously impair the functionality of your unit. After you get the matter of access taken care of, put your hand in and feel around for the approximate center. Then take a 3/8 bit and drill a hole. Use your SAW to enlarge the hole bit by bit until you can reach in from the outside and feel the inside perimeter of the mounting plate. After that just keep on going till you get the results you are looking for. I'll try to check in with you tonight to see what you think after you have time to check it out further.
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wtf?
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Old 07-31-2007, 01:23 PM   #25
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You're right! Cutting off too much could seriously impair the functionality of your unit. After you get the matter of access taken care of, put your hand in and feel around for the approximate center. Then take a 3/8 bit and drill a hole. Use your SAW to enlarge the hole bit by bit until you can reach in from the outside and feel the inside perimeter of the mounting plate. After that just keep on going till you get the results you are looking for. I'll try to check in with you tonight to see what you think after you have time to check it out further.
Ok.....I was actually thinking I might use a gear puller, because I know it would be true to center and the hole would be located at the correct position for the install.
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Quit jacking with us.
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I smell rats...
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Yup. I believe we done been had. Kinda like sending a newbe on a hunt for grid squares.
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Or horizon line?
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