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April 20, 2010



I used a high speed rotary tool (Dremel) and a some small cutting burrs. Need to have a steady hand and take your time. I hope that this info helps! Thanks for writing!

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What tool did you use the remove the nutserts?

Braeden T

I'm a first time poster, but have been reading much of your blog lately. Thanks for all the info, keep it up!


nice work... The little access panel is mandatory when dealing with that little noodle! That is a nice little friction point though. It would function much more smoothly with a pully wheel instead of that noodle if there was room.

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