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Celicamatikka
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Celicamatikka Jul 18, 10:03am - #28789 
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cutting plastic

what kind of tool do you guys use to cut thick plastics? similar to the thickness of the plastics in your dash or center console.

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Spread Eagle Jul 18, 11:36am - #28790 

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If its that thick you cant cut it. Use a amall saw.


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Evan Jul 18, 1:15pm - #28791 

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try a dremel

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RicePowered Jul 18, 1:49pm - #28792 
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Originally Posted by EvanJ
try a dremel


with the cutting wheel thumbsup
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isaac Jul 18, 3:18pm - #28793 
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Originally Posted by EvanJ
try a dremel


thats what I've used for several projects on the car... best $20 mod yet (and it's not even something installed to the car spineyes)

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VSGTS14 Jul 18, 5:32pm - #28794 

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a dremel is the best way.

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