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[attachmentid=287698]Im going to install A 3 pump set-up in my 62. I wanted to know what method of cutting is easiest? I know most use the torch. I use to hear alot about plasma cutters. Talking to some Greyhound mechanics they said a hole saw would be the quickest and easiest. Has anybody used a hole saw? What bit and drill would be the best to use?
 

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use a hole saw for the cylinder holes, make sure it's a good quality bi-metal saw, not a cheap ass tool steel one.
you'll have to drill the holes for the back from under the car, so wear some long sleeves, some gloves, and some eye protection.

make the holes just slightly bigger than the cylinder up front. In the back, the holes need to be kinda big so the cylinders dont squeek and so the have room to pivot around when you 3 wheel.
 
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