Regards Geoff The little cutting discs on Dremel type devices are quite good for this - might be more use to you than an angle grinder.
They do not plan on offering any 16 or 17 inch sizes.
Vintage Wheel Works does make 16" and 17" versions.
Even the excellent Eclipse made pair I keep for best has no notch.
A combination fencing tool probably has the requisite cutter section but is about 30 years since I used one so memory may not be right.
Hello, I need to dismantle an old bed, as it won't go through the door and down the stairs (it came in through the window when we had double glazing installed) The frame is wood, so that's not a problem, but the springs are interlinked and I need to cut them to reduce the bed to managable proportions.
The springs are about 1mm spring wire, and none of my existing cutters or wire-cutting pliers will touch them.Good luck Rod Hmmm, using a gas torch in the vicinity of soft furnishings might be problematic. Regards Geoff Hmmm, using a gas torch in the vicinity of soft furnishings might be problematic. Regards Geoff Good old fashioned pliers will handle such cuts using the "shearing" notch on the outside of the pivot area of the jaws. Wouldn't care to risk the sharp edge of the wire cutting sections inside the jaws however good the pliers, altho' I have seen it done.Unfortunately many of the modern, especially in the more affordable ranges, pliers lack the outside notch and some that do haven't the requisite clean faces and crisp edge.Undergraduate study Online study Indigenous students Uniprep South West study ECU respects the Nyoongar people, the traditional custodians of the land on which our campuses are built.We're also committed to developing our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff. If your sticking with 15" wheels, the current exchange rate means that Minilite Originals can be picked up for for around 00 a set.