I need to repair some copper, automotive battery cables so I am looking at cutting them without mangling them too much.. Seeing that this is one-time thing, I am not looking to buy an expensive, specialty tool. What common or inexpensive tools might work best for this. Clearance is an issue so a hacksaw might not work well even it it would work well otherwise. Right now, I am thinking maybe a tubing cutter or a rotary (Dremel) tool.
Thanks for looking.