MescaBug Posted March 25, 2008 Report Share Posted March 25, 2008 (edited) I'm french, so I'll try to be as clear as possible; Flushmount output jack needs at least 7/16" of wood, so the locking nut can secure the jack in place from inside the control cavity. What if you have, let's say, 1" of wood? The goal is to remove some thickness from inside the cavity. Pretty much impossible to do without making a mess. And that particular cavity is really small. I can't even get the drill chuck or a chisel in without touching the body... And the locking nut must be square against the cavity wall. So the hole must be drilled square. Is there any bits or whatever, that drills on reverse? I mean, you get the drill shaft through the hole, put the drill on reverse and voila. Unless there is another way to do it... What do you suggest? Edited March 25, 2008 by MescaBug Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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