|Fig.1 Crescent Wrench|
Supplies and Tools:
Hole Saw Kit
|Fig.2 Open/closed-End Wrench|
Screwdriver (flat tipped)
Vice Grips® pliers
Mrs. Black wanted a better security peep hole on her front door. These post shows the tools process.
This post shows seven steps on what tools needed for this job.
Step 1: Fig.3 shows below are the tools needed for the job. The list is on the upper left of this posts. Ideally an open end wrench is better than needlenose pliers to secure the nut. The ruler and the hole saw kit is to make sure that the size of 1-3/4 hole saw is used for the opening of the new large hole.
|Fig.3 Ruler and Hole Saw|
|Fig.4 Tools to secure hole saw|
|Fig.5 Hole Saw Kit|
|Fig.6 Hole 1-3/4 inch saw|
Step 5: Fig.8 are the Prime-Line drilling directions for U 9917 Giant Screen Viewer:
|Fig.8 Prime-Line Drilling Directions|
Step 6: Drills: Fig.9 is the pilot hole if the door does not have an existing peep hole. Fig.10 - 3/16 for the pilot hole that the hole saw drill bit will be used in combination with this hole.
|Fig.9 - 3/32 Wood Drill for a new hole|
|Fig.10 - 3/16 Wood Drill|
|Fig.11 Caulking the sides|
Peep Hole Series Below:
- Part 1 of 6 - Removal
- Part 2 of 6 - The Tools
- Part 3 of 6 - Giant Screen
- Part 4 of 6 - Drilling the Hole
- Part 5 of 6 - Installing
- Part 6 of 6 - Matching
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