What can I use to cut my visor...

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bikelomen

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<div class="bbWrapper"><blockquote class="bbCodeBlock bbCodeBlock--expandable bbCodeBlock--quote"> <div class="bbCodeBlock-title"> sybrfreq said: </div> <div class="bbCodeBlock-content"> <div class="bbCodeBlock-expandContent "> well i wouldnt use the drill with a dremel bit, because it wont go nearly fast enough and is large and unwieldly. id recommend going with a craftsman dremel, just because i got the $20 sears one and although it feels like its about to blow up every time i turn it up fast it is so worn out... but its also probably 10 years old and is used all the time, with sears you can take back a tool even if it is 100 years old... my friend took back a hammer that was made in the 40s because the head popped off and they gave him a new hammer.<br /> <br /> drill: very heavy and 1000-1500 rpm<br /> dremel: lightweight and 30000-35000 rpm<br /> <br /> of course the drill has way more torque... different tools for different uses. </div> <div class="bbCodeBlock-expandLink"><a>Click to expand...</a></div> </div> </blockquote>Just a side note. <u>Power</u> tools from sears are only under warrenty for 1 year. Hand tools (most of the sears craftsman brand) are lifetime. <br /> <br /> and MAc let us know how it turns out.</div>
 
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sybrfreq

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<div class="bbWrapper"><blockquote class="bbCodeBlock bbCodeBlock--expandable bbCodeBlock--quote"> <div class="bbCodeBlock-title"> bikelomen said: </div> <div class="bbCodeBlock-content"> <div class="bbCodeBlock-expandContent "> Just a side note. <u>Power</u> tools from sears are only under warrenty for 1 year. Hand tools (most of the sears craftsman brand) are lifetime. <br /> <br /> and MAc let us know how it turns out. </div> <div class="bbCodeBlock-expandLink"><a>Click to expand...</a></div> </div> </blockquote><br /> DAMNIT!! <img src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP///yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" class="smilie smilie--sprite smilie--sprite1" alt=":)" title="Smile :)" data-shortname=":)" /><br /> oh well.<br /> <br /> a dremel is a good investment, i use mine for just about everything, from working on the car to modifying computers to changing out toilets its made odd jobs around the house 1000 times easier. because its a baby sander, hacksaw, shaper, chisel, etc, all in one.</div>
 
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