I use the thin cutoff disks with my 4 1/2n grinder, they cut fast, very
controllable and no metal distorsion.
'46, '54, '61, '72 Chev Trucks
----- Original Message -----
From: "Halsey Danny" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 10:50 AM
Subject: [oletrucks] Sheet metal cutting
> I need some advice. I am building one truck from
> three parts trucks and need to do a lot of sheet metal
> cutting. It is more than I want to tackle with a 3"
> air cut-off tool. I was wondering which would be
> better, a reciprocating saw (saws-all I think they are
> called) or a "high speed air body saw" which looks
> like a small saws-all but is air powered. I have a
> large compressor and several air tools already. If
> anyone has used both or either for sheet metal cutting
> and could tell me how good they cut and how
> clean/smooth of a cut they make, I would appreciate
> your advice.
> Danny Halsey
> '52 GMC
> '34 International
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