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pfcnguyen
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pfcnguyen Nov 18, 12:58am - #329296 

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How do i cut this?

I need to cut a washer out of one of my bolts. Its for two the Bolts that are used to mount the front tanabe lower tie. I bought the MR lower tie but its didnt fit the mounting brackets that came with it. The only thing in the way is the washer that came woth the bolt. Ive tried almost everything..metal cutters etc..
I dont want to have to take it to some metal shop. Is there some hand tools that i could use??? The washer is about 1/4 inch thick..it might be more..but it really thick..any help would be apperciated..thanks.
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FastCelicaGT22 Nov 18, 1:44am - #329297 

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have you tried cussing at it?

Use a dremel to cut it away

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asian_punk Nov 18, 1:45am - #329298 

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a grinder with a cutting wheel like a dremel or somthing or try a hack saw????

but if they put the washer there wouldn't it be there for a reason?
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pfcnguyen
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pfcnguyen Nov 18, 1:58am - #329299 

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yeah...the cussing didnt work either spineyes
I thought about a dremel..i guess that would be the only hand held thing tool thats left. When i put on the bracket..it will be just like replaceing the washer. So it not like there wont a missing peice in between the bolt and the suspenion.

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UncleBen Nov 20, 6:21am - #329300 

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buy a new bolt?
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Polykarb Nov 20, 6:28am - #329301 

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morris Nov 20, 7:29am - #329302 
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GTaintsobad Nov 20, 7:57am - #329303 

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blitzceli Nov 20, 1:29pm - #329304 

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go to the hardware store and buy a new one.

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spaztikid Nov 20, 5:24pm - #329305 
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Originally Posted by blitzceli
go to the hardware store and buy a new one.
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GTaintsobad Nov 21, 2:02am - #329306 

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i think mine is the best answer.. saves a trip to the store
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sbocaj55 Nov 21, 3:37am - #329307 

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first thing that came to my mind was a dremel tool also...i fuckin love that thing thumbsup
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blitzceli Nov 21, 4:18am - #329308 

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Originally Posted by GTaintsobad
i think mine is the best answer.. saves a trip to the store


I bet you I could drive to the store get the new bolt(s) and install before you could even cut the bolt .. and make it look good. dont be LAZY get your ass off the couch and drive to the hardware store. rofl

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