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I'm fed up using a hacksaw, does anyone use cutters with much joy?? brand 'n' price if you can :D
 
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Johnny Bravo

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Is there anything with a ratchet?
 
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Guest123

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I gots me a pair of Draper bolt croppers cost me about £30. Proper job,:D
 
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DHES-LTD

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I use bolt ceopers for cutting basket and have a panasonic metal cutter for tray and trunking.
 
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philipkeaveney

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best way to cut basket is with a grinder making sure its it is filed bolt cutters are ok but limited to space and leaves razor sharp edges and remember to use galv paint or spray its fantastic to work with
 
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nickblake

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I agree with ken and the other guys only real tool for the job is bolt cutters i got a small set from cpc work a treat no bigger than a CK cable shears and the nice thing is doent leave awquard sharp edges , also i have found some small caps Orbix screws do to go over there screws these are brilliant for protecting the sharp ends
 
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Yep bolt croppers for me as well.
 
yep bolt croppers every time. mine cost me £5 from aldi nearly 3.5 year ago and there still going strong. infact theyve even outshone the pair of brand new 1s sent out to site by the company i work for, best bargain in my tool box i think
 
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mogga

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bolt cuters BUT watch the edges some have ruddy big bits others have slimmish blades these tend to work best
The battery cutters look the doggies
 
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