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Something that I always have at my side, is my Leatherman Wave. It has all kinds of tools that can help out at a moments notice except for ...
The first thing you will need to do is use a bench grinder or dremel to thin the metal down to about half the current thickness, 3/8" from ...
Next you will want to file down and then sand both sides where you ground the thickness down. This will make it smooth and shiny.
Now you can begin the fun part of cutting the slot for the "vampire teeth" of the punchdown block. Use your dremel to cut slightly into the middle ...
Hooray, you now have a functional non-impact punchdown tool on your Leatherman! Go try it out!Check out other great mods: http://www.themodguys.com
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