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Old 02-27-2013, 10:59 PM
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Just make sure you don't use anything that will generate heat as that will change the spring's return rate. I would use a sawzall before I'd use a grinder w/ cutoff wheel as a grinder will heat up the metal more than a sawzall will since the sawzall blade will absorb and dissipate heat where a cutoff wheel won't absorb heat.
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