a good sharp chisel works great--yes it won't last but you just resharpen it---put the hose on a hard metal surface and set chisel and smack the chisel hard--the best chisel is the all metal ones that are big--exact name escapes me right now---
other choice is a cut off wheel in a mini grinder---
I'd use the tape in all instances--besides keeping the braid together it gives you a good reference line for cutting---
hacksaws suck, but if that's all you got tape it tight---chris
Quote:On 2004-02-11 07:14, The Boss wrote:
tape it tight, put it in a vise and cut it with a hack saw.
use a cut off wheel on a die grinder if ya have one or hacksaw works too but thats manual labour...cuts very clean but ya have to tape the spot ya cut with electrical tape tight....thats how i cut all my braided fuel lines on my prostreet