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I used a little dremel, tape off where you want it then go to town. Be sure you have it exactly how you want it.
 

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Ive heard a dremmel works good, I dont own one so I would use an exacto knife-make a tapeline and make several passes with the knife, going a little deeper each pass oop srx600 beat me to it lol
 

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Ya I got it all drawn up and measured perfectly. Kinda worried about using a dremel, I imagine it could get out of hand quickly
 

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Just make sure you tape it that's the most important thing and the do make dremmel bit for cutting plastics that works great.....
 

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I've used scissors before, worked for me. but it was an old sled, so...
 

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I used a tin snips, I would say the most important thing is to not ruin that black liner on the outside, that hides all your flaws.
 

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I ended up cutting it with a scroll saw, it worked very well and will look great with some trimming
 

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i used the search bar..
 

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I use tin snips. Works great!

This one only got a minor trim.



This one was pretty extreme.

 

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http://www.snowmobilefanatics.com/forum/topic/104892/display.aspx
http://www.snowmobilefanatics.com/forum/topic/11839/display.aspx
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http://www.snowmobilefanatics.com/forum/topic/69184/display.aspx

I could go on and on, but what's the point???

If you searched, you would find over 70 topics under "cutting windshield".

But it's nice that people reply.
 

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jeremybeaner said:
I used a tin snips, I would say the most important thing is to not ruin that black liner on the outside, that hides all your flaws.
i used a exacto knife to get about half way through the plastics then used a tin snips to start a cut all the way through andw would bend and pull and it would just bend and then rip off but you, but make sure you do keep the black trim to hide the imperfections.
 

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Discussion Starter · #14 ·
Not sure why doing a search is such a big deal. Guess it gives you babies one more thing to whine about.

ITS NOT A BIG DEAL QUIT YOUR BITCHING!
 

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exactly, doing a search is not a big deal. it takes 20 seconds. and usually you can find so many topics that have already covered your question. especially in this case. i don't know how many times it has been covered.

use your head.
 

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Maybe someone has come up with something different since the last topics, good way to get new information.

I have seen way more pointless threads here.

This would be a good time to quit the pissing match.
 
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