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See how to convert a Dodge Neon to a 300V AC Electric car, one step at a time, through this video series.

Video 4 Features cutting the hole for the coupler, destruction of tools, and shows why it's important to wear safety glasses!
can't watch the video on mobile devices??? really?
Try watching it through my YouTube Channel instead. <a href="http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL47D94695998158F6" rel="nofollow">http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL47D94695998158F6<br> T</a>his playlist has all the videos on that project.
I love the quote: &quot;I believe we are done for the day&quot;! How many times have I said that to myself...lol.
I only ask because it doesnt look like it but why are you cutting metal without lubrication? You get a lot better surface cut and you dont break your bits...
Was that a steel cutting hole saw? It looked (and sounded) like that wasn't the task it was made for. I guess if it were a wood cutter, but that's the one time you were planning to use it for that purpose it might work on mild steel okay. how did you manage to finish the hole?
That the answer to that and much more when you watch video #5!<br/><br/>Here's a link to it!<br/><a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Electric_Car_Conversion_101_video_005/">https://www.instructables.com/id/Electric_Car_Conversion_101_video_005/</a><br/>

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