I am cutting and fitting the new belly pans next weekend (new aluminum .040) and wonder if anyone can shed light on the best way to cut the sheets?
I have an expensive pair of sheet metal sheers (like scissors) that work great but give a slight jagged edge and have also been told that a bi metal blade in a jig saw will give me a clean line.
I have a bunch of patches to add to the upper shell too on the 1958
Traveler that we have been restoring, but am learning about aluminum cutting on the belly first, er where any not quite to perfect edges won't be too visible...
PS Oh yep I have been putting together a detailed web site of the job and will post the url here in a couple of days. More painstaking detail than most would want to know, unless of course you are about to take the shell off yourself and fit a new floor...<grin>