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  • #46
    Another cool thread from years past for those that have never seen it done.

    Rick.
    phoebe it is

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    • #47
      I just use my roto zip with a diamond bit.
      ~~

      ... it was plumbed by Ray Charles and his helper Stevie Wonder

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      • PLUMBER RICK
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        Cast iron sinks are 1/4"+ thick. Are you doing pressed steel or a real cast iron sink?

        Rick.

    • #48
      Thanks Rick I have drilled a few kitchen sinks and chipped a few luckily the flange usually covered it. i just ordered the kit from Amazon for around $150. the size is 1.25" I think this is the right size? thanks again for bumping such a useful post

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      • PLUMBER RICK
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        practice on a used tear out sink first. also a magnet and no water or everything will rust real fast.

        Rick

    • #49
      Hello. I'm a builder in So. California. This thread was extremely helpful, and I too purchased a Relton PC20 hole saw. It was for a one-time need and it worked flawlessly -- highly recommended and well made.

      So, instead of it stilling in a tool box for an eternity, I thought I'd sell it. With tax and shipping it cost me ~$177 new. I will sell it for $120 and you pay the shipping (1.3 lbs from Zip code 92010).

      Please PM me if interested. If it doesn't sell here, I will put it on eBay. Thanks.

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      • #50
        Nice Tutor, thanks for your sharing

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