Before I can install this panel I had to take a grinder and grind off the screws that were sticking out through the back of the electric cabinet. This operation involved a little bit of work since my grinding disc was very old and I could not find the new disc that I had purchased but not installed on my grinder. All of the little black marks that you see on the back of the cabinet about 20+, are where I had to grind off the metal screws.
This work has also given me a chance to try out my new saw
that I purchased for myself over Christmas.
Here is the new Rockwell versacut saw for $129
It feels a little like a toy, but cuts really well.
My other saw has 15 amps - but I am also getting old.
I just have to stop being retarded and turn off the laser light when done.
This should make a great little saw to take on the road.
Here is the extra plywood I glued and screwed to the trailer walls,
I will also screw some metal brackets into the top rail
and another board under the cabinet.
At 50 lbs and $1,500 - I never want this sucker to come loose.