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    A hole saw works well for such things, but the cut and grind method is almost faster.

    Pay the extra $ for stainless steel rated discs
    , they outlast about 3:1.
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    Education is expensive. Keep that in mind, and you'll never be terribly upset when a project goes awry.
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    Yes, Steve, I cut as close as I could with the same 4 1/2 inch cut-off wheel (had to finish the last little bit on each cut with a hacksaw). Then switched back to the regular grinding wheel and finished the shaping with that.
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