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Unread 03-22-2012, 05:04 PM   #1
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Question New body question

OK, I got my new body on my '94 CC Now I realize that altho there is predrilled F&R switch holes in this new body, there are no charger receptacle holes. Probably because this is a body for a gas or electric cart. Does anyone know what size holesaw bit I have to buy to get the proper hole for the charger receptacle? Thanks!
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Unread 03-23-2012, 04:29 PM   #2
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Bump. Anyone? Does anyone know what I am talking about? Anyone who has a new body would know about this!
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Don't know the exact size but have you measured the old one? If its not round you can use a router.
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Yes, I have the old one, but my luck, I would cut the hole too small, and then I'd be up a creek.
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How would you go if you put the hole saw in the old hole to start with to get the correct size
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Yes, I have the old one, but my luck, I would cut the hole too small, and then I'd be up a creek.
Better to do that than go too big. Easier to take aways than put it back.
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Don't you have the old body where you can measure the hole?
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Use a piece of cardboard to cover the the hole on your old body, make sure it lines up with the top of the cart edge, trace the old hole onto the cardboard, then cut that part out. Transfer it to the new body mark the hole, and use a dremel, you will have control over that. I would be afraid to use a router just because the base would cover up so much of what you are trying to cut. This is just an idea. Good Luck
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