Panel replacement / spot weld removal

Resharpening a drill bit angle, to make drilling out spot welds easer
and leave material on the inner panels . that you can weld too.
this will also help hide the fact, a panel has been replaced
when you look from behind or underneath.
Restolad Disclaimer
videos are for reference and entertainment only Even tho they are based on step by step guide – If you attempt a repair like the one seen in this video please use the proper safety equipment, follow manufacturers instructions & MSDS

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20 Responses to Panel replacement / spot weld removal

  1. ahhh, you explain …
    ahhh, you explain this a lot better than other places i’ve seen, thanks restolad

  2. Good video bro….

    Good video bro….
    I was lost trying to remove the radiator support welded spot on a 2002 Mitsubishi eclipse and now  i am sure how to do it…… thks for your video.

  3. Good show! Your …
    Good show! Your very competent and organized in your videos. To the viewer it comes across simple and clear. Thanks for posting!

  4. 8 mm 0.315″  …
    8 mm 0.315″  great vid and good advice about the double ended bit. thanks

  5. I like the idea of …
    I like the idea of re-sharpening a standard drill bit to nearly zero angle, much cheaper than super fragile spotweld drill bits and spotweld saw bits. Good form.

  6. Thanx man! I need …
    Thanx man! I need to drill out some spots on my 72 VW Beetle!

  7. Some of the clips …
    Some of the clips seem to be chopped short. Excellent over all though.

  8. great vid man, …
    great vid man, good to see more of them, keep up the good work, cheers

  9. you can re-sharpen …
    you can re-sharpen a drill right up to a zero angle but you still to put a back cut on the drill land as you can see I choose a 10-5 degree angle.

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