I've got a box here that I've been putting small metal pieces in, that have come off the car....these are just little pieces of this and that, that I'm able to cut off, which serve me no purpose on this car....reason I'm typing this, it goes to show you how much weight can come off a car when you finally sit down and look it over real good....of course having the car completly apart helps too
I would post pics, but my new cpu isn't allowing me to download pics from my camera....
just a question for anyone.....I've used 4 and 4 1/2 inch grinders quite regularly...how does a 7 inch grinder perform? I mean, does it take off more material faster?
I'm not quite sure I want to spend the money on a 7" if its not going to grind the metal any faster....I dunno...
May you fly low and fast
rest in peace JL
Last edited by _95badbird; 04-10-2009 at 07:27 PM.
Reason: changed a word.
The 7" and 9" are sizes I reserve for heavy heavy work... Last time I used my 7" was to grind down slag on a tractor frame after cutting off some 1" thick tabs.... They can do some serious work and are also a bear to hang onto for long amounts of time....
Correct me if I'm wrong... but from what I've seen lately it looks like you're basically done modifying the car - have removed basically all the extra stuff from it that's going to be removed and done the welding and such - and are getting things ready to put back together?
Or is that a bit premature. I recall you wanted to work on the bumpers a bit and do something with a belly pan... not to mention the roll cage.