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Old 08 May 2013, 13:43   #11
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Get a drill bit roughly the same size as the ole and inset it into the ole and then turn it by hand tilting it as you go
Then you'll have the broken end of the drill bit rusting away in the bottom of the tube.......
Chainsaw file & patience!!
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Old 08 May 2013, 13:45   #12
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Then you'll have the broken end of the drill bit rusting away in the bottom of the tube.......
Chainsaw file & patience!!
Nah... It'll be fine, it's only burrs, do it by hand and it wont snap
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Old 08 May 2013, 14:55   #13
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Search eBay for item 261114671010

Just run it round the hole to cut the burrs off
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Old 08 May 2013, 15:29   #14
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One of these is what you want

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Which ever way you do it you need to wear eye protection
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Which ever way you do it you need to wear eye protection
Not forgetting the lifejacket and KC....

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Thanks Guys, I knew someone out there had the answer!! Lifejacket, kill Cord and safety glases standing by.

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Call in and borrow a de-burring tool from me if you like. I'll have something knocking around my garage that you'll want to use.
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I am always using mine. It might struggle a bit with Stainless steel, but should do the job.
Alternatively a Dremel with a small stone that fits through the hole. You can them smooth the burr from inside out.
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Thanks Andy but got it sorted now.

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