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stainless steel question

Posted by nm43388 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 31, 09 at 19:06

I've got a stainless steel cylinder brinks lock that I had lost the key for and I was considering using an oxy-acetylene torch to cut it off. I wanted to know if there is a more efficient method to do this without having to buy expensive equipment...thanks in advance

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RE: stainless steel question

You could use an angle grinder to cut the clasp.

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