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Old 05-10-2011, 06:08 PM   #21
Feb 2010
Halifax, N.S.
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Originally Posted by bja View Post
Drill a smal (1/8") pilot hole first, Then use the hole saw. You need to hold it somehow so drilling it in place would be best if you don't have a vice.

Several years ago I added 2 more taps to my 2-1/2" tower and it works perfectly.
Thanks for the tips. Do you think a 1" is going to be too big? Should I get a 7/8" instead?

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Old 05-10-2011, 06:13 PM   #22
Nov 2007
Pittsburgh, Butler
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IIRC, 7/8" is what you need. I drilled it 3/4" and used a ream to get to 7/8".

I know it just wouldn't be right to kill all the stupid people that we meet, but do you think it would be appropriate to just remove all of the warning labels and let nature take its course?

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