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"DREMEL" LIKE ROTARY TOOL: This item is almost indispensable for anyone restoring or maintaining an older vehicle. Here are some suggestions worth considering; a) Any small scratch or polishing lines missed while polishing stainless trim may be easily cleaned up with polishing rouge and cloth wheels found in the rotary kit. b) When preparing cast iron heads, block or exhaust manifolds for finishing, try using a carbide cylindrical or tear drop cutter to remove excess flashing left when the part was made. The key here is CARBIDE. This item
will not be in the rotary kit, but must be purchased separately (about $7.00 to $10.00). It is well worth the purchase price as it will remain sharp and is aggressive. c) A small cylindrical (1/16" or 1/8") carbide cutter is extremely helpful removing nuts or bolts. Occasionally, there may be a specific nut or bolt you wish to save because of it's unusual characteristics well, this tool can remove the unwanted part and save the other. d) Most kits have fiberglass reinforced cutting discs. These are tremendously useful cutting nuts or bolts free. Use only the FIBERGLASS REINFORCED discs for safety!! WSK
 
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