Originally Posted by tonyc318
How did you drill through the door?
As in, through the inner and outer portions?
You could: Mark your locations that you want your taps on the exterior, eyeball the interior panel and see if the location will work for you, (ie: flat enough, not in a radius that will cause you a problem, etc...), Make a pilot hole from the exterior through to the interior, using an extension bit, ( a LONG drill bit), go to the interior and figure out how much room you need around your shanks, so that you can easily secure them to the metal door, ( give your self room for a wrench and your hands to fit in the interior "cutout"), cut out the interior, make a "close out" box around your through the door "penetrations".
Then, open up your holes through the skin to your shank or tap size, whatever you need.
I don't know the sizes, but there is prolly' an el cheapo "unibit" out there to meet your needs.
Lay it out the same way, pull the inner door skin and the ensuing fiberglass insulation mess, and make your cuts / modifications to the inner skin.
Wear a dust mask when screwin' with the inner liner and fiberglass insulation!