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Where To Rent A Bolt Cutter?

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Feb 2, 2005
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Buy and return
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mastercraft angle grinders are on sale this week at crappy tire for $21... buy it and a cut off disc... and you should be ok...
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Jan 13, 2004
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Just get a regular metal hacksaw,It will cut it no problem.Usually you can cut half way then grab vise grips and it will snap off easy or you can buy the grinder like the poster above suggested.
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CanadaBoy wrote:
Jun 6th, 2010 6:10 pm
Buy and return
Sadly I did this once for a bolt cutter :o
We rented a storage space and lost the combo for the padlock. The storage space manager charges $25 to bust the lock off, so instead we bought one from a nearby CT and returned it a couple hours later.
I dont usually do this, but there was no place to plug in my angle grinder, and I couldnt really see myself using this tool ever again.
Thanks for the memories, RFD.
Good-bye.
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stealth wrote:
Jun 7th, 2010 12:27 am
Sadly I did this once for a bolt cutter :o
We rented a storage space and lost the combo for the padlock. The storage space manager charges $25 to bust the lock off, so instead we bought one from a nearby CT and returned it a couple hours later.
I dont usually do this, but there was no place to plug in my angle grinder, and I couldnt really see myself using this tool ever again.
something we can not be proud of..
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the HD I went to do have the bolt cutter for rental ... even different sizes as well. Did you go in person and ask ?
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tommyamaral wrote:
Jun 6th, 2010 9:18 pm
Just get a regular metal hacksaw,It will cut it no problem.Usually you can cut half way then grab vise grips and it will snap off easy or you can buy the grinder like the poster above suggested.
Thanks for the suggestion... I borrowed a hacksaw and cut through it in about half an hour.
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Jucius Maximus wrote:
Jun 7th, 2010 6:19 pm
Thanks for the suggestion... I borrowed a hacksaw and cut through it in about half an hour.
1/2 an hour? How big was the bolt?
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Using a Hacksaw is alot more labour but hey u did it for free, Good thing it worked out for you.

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