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Old March 31st, 2011, 11:18 AM
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Talking got an itch yesterday

Yesterday after school me and my buddy decided we were gunna gut my cats.
alot easier than i thought it would be. i only got one done. i may or may not do the other one.

it sounds alot better, just thought id share.
if yall want i can get a video.


oh and if anyone wants help as to how to gut your cat without having to take the cat off lemme know.
and another thing. if anyone would like to tell me what all those cotton balls were inside of there that would be great as well.
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Old March 31st, 2011, 07:40 PM
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Video or it didn't happen.. haha
Not sure if you really could gut it with the cat on. Everyone says to bash the stuff out with a pipe of some sort. My plan is a 2.5" metal hole saw and a bit extension.
How did you do yours?
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Old March 31st, 2011, 11:38 PM
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Sudegrinder. Grinded three sides of a square, then got a stillbirth and screwdriver and got all the honeycomb crap out. Then welded it shut. Took about 45 mins
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Sudegrinder. Grinded three sides of a square, then got a stillbirth and screwdriver and got all the honeycomb crap out. Then welded it shut. Took about 45 mins
There, done like someone who works with sheetmetal.

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hahahah yea ive welded and grinded on a few things here an there.

i like tose glass packs you made Klitch
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i will as soon a i get my camera J!
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Klitch's glasspacks are bad ass.


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