So the consensus is to have to use a grinder Wonder if a Oscillating Multi-Tool with a metal cutting blade might make less of a mess?? You might be able to just take an angle grinder and just grind the metal flush with the block. DataDoc My avatar looks like me, if I was 2D. Premium Member join Martinsburg, WV. What type of bit would you use?
Wedge anchors: When drilling a hole for a wedge anchor, drill twice the length of the wedge anchor. This will allow for the wedge anchor to be pounded into the hole until flush with the base material. To be removed, wedge anchors can be sawed off with a hacksaw or cutoff wheel at the surface of the base material. Using Force. Step 1 — Use a Pry Bar and Hammer. First, place your pry bar against the plate of the anchor.
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