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Micro-Mark’s photo-etch scissors work well. For major cuts I also sometimes use a little 7” sheet-metal shear/brake. Any such tool needs to be kept sharp and tight to get a clean cut on such thin material. Even then a little clean-up with a fine
stone or Sil-carbide sanding-paddle is often needed.
On Jun 9, 2019, at 8:56 AM, Eric Hansmann <eric@...
I've been using cuticle scissors to cut etched parts off of the fret. I can't recall where I bought them but they look like these.
You could try using a pair of these at the very end of the running board to see if they trim the parts to your liking.
On June 8, 2019 at 6:09 PM Chuck Cover <chuck.cover@...> wrote:
I am upgrading a few models by adding Plano metal roof walks and need to shorten a few of them to fit the cars. Has anyone had experience in cutting these metal roof walks? What is the best way, without damaging or bending the cut end? Thanks
Santa Fe, NM