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Old 05 April 2015, 08:02   #1
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Battery switch flush/panel mount

Possibly a stupid question, but what tool do I need to mount one of these in a flat surface?

It says 91.44mm hole.

Is there an easy way to do this an keep it looking neat?

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Old 05 April 2015, 10:05   #2
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Easiest way is to drill a hole with a 94-95 mm hole with a holesaw. Mount it from the rear and use the 4 boltholes from the front to secure the switch to the service you are mounting it too

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Or a dremel on a 45.7mm bit of string attached to a screw at the centre of said hole...
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Old 05 April 2015, 11:15   #4
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Ah, we've not had a hole drilling thread for ages...
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