Yup, tacked low, tacked low, tacked low (etc.) full pass high. Worked well enough to get the job done.
Originally Posted by everlastsupport
I wound up using the Milwaukee 14" abrasive saw I bought. I took a bunch of pics, just been too busy to do a review on it. I hope to soon. Consistent cuts once trued up, I've been able to shave 1/32" off the end without deflection and it can cut and leave a blue sliver outboard of the blade (runs smooth, no runout).
I can see the light at the end of the tunnel and it's close enough to know it's not a train
Originally Posted by 67cudafb
Former USN HT
Everlast 200DX New Model
Hobart Handler 125 MIG
Van Norman #12
Atlas 12" engine lathe
'98 RoadKing - 84 Ironhead - 59 Ironhead