- Feb 14, 2008
Which direction is this supposed to spin on the drill to make an NMO hole?
I happen to have that exact same hole saw sitting in my garage. I have the official Antennex depth limiting NMO hole saw, too.Well, thanks for the replies. This drill bit has good reviews including a number of posters who said they used it for NMOs. My plan is to sacrifice a baking tray and practice a few times. Then I'll see how the mount fits in the baking tray. The antennas are going on the trunk, so no worries about any headliner.
THAT ^^^^^^^^ right there! Nothing more needs to be said.Former installer for an upfitter here... I cannot recommend the appropriate antenna saw enough. They are worth every cent of their price. The replies to your question are accurate.
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here is a stepbitstandard direction as label on drill. however a cheap stepdrill bit is the best way to make a hole for a nmo mount.
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