Thanks folks for the above replies. The boat's a health
hazard inside black mold
, etc so I'm not going inside it, so no visegrips. There's no way to get power to the boat to run electrical
tools. So I'm using a portable drill and now have to see about a portable saber saw with carbide blades. The MultiX saw sounds good but I'm trying to keep from buying
any tools as the parts
coming off are $200 worth to me. I appreciate the reminder to use safety gear
as I was'nt focused on that aspect (though I always wear sunglasses, long sleeves, pants, hat when working around a boat because of the fiberglass dust. The Roto Zip bit was what I had referenced initially, and it's too bad it won't work long enough on fiberglass, because it's probably the cheapest route
for me. I'm taking HEAVY DUTY medicine right now because I contracted Lyme Disease REAL BAD and so I have to work early morning or late evening on it because I can't be out in the Sunlight for extended periods even covered up. I'm going to try and borrow the needed tools this week because it has finally stopped raining here in East Central NJ!