Step 5: The Water Works!

Here is a shot of the cuts in progress. Notice the lousy cut on the left - real wavy and jagged. We had to stop and secure the rim because it moved all over on the bed. We blocked and weighted it, but not enough. Lesson learned - make it seriously secure. After the improved work holding, all was well.

I had to pull out my old school hand tools and file away the mistakes in that one slot - no matter how far we progress with technology, a file still comes in handy.

Other old school tools to keep around - a phone that makes phone calls on a thing called a phone line, big hammers, a toaster, and a pocket knife - these will be crucial during the Zombie Apocalypse.

<p>It's funny I tried coke to remove stains, it works but not 100%. Well, taking care my wheels (got mine here <a href="http://originalwheel.com/" rel="nofollow">originalwheel.com</a> ) should be done in the first stage. You are right, one way is coating that will surely protect the surface.</p>
I don't know about this, but... Does opening holes into the original wheel will make it less resistant to impact or weight of the car? <br> <br>Nice instructable btw!
Yes, very cool!

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