I bit on that one (no pun intended) and ended up using a 3/8 drill bit to drill
out the spot welds. The resulting hole was useful when welding the new
rockers back on with the MIG welder - don't have a spot welder.
If anyone thinks they might have better luck I'll mail it to you and you can
mail it back
a) when you're discusted with it, or
b) when you're finished.
On 06/04/99 02:12 PM Gano, Ken said...
>A nifty tool for that job is a spot weld remover. It looks like an
>oversized drill bit and cuts just the material around the spot weld. Look
>at Eastwood, etc. for one.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: John Middlesworth <email@example.com>
>Sent: Friday, June 04, 1999 9:10 AM
>Subject: How to remove rocker panels
>> I thought I might drill out all the spot welds to take the rocker panels
>> off my TR3A but that looks like it would be a two week job. Is the easier
>> way just to grind like mad until the panel pulls free? And what size
>> grinder should I use if I do it this way?
>> John Middlesworth
>> 1960 TR3A