try to cut an X with a dremel small round cutter or similar from outside
of the gutter and carefully with your fingers push down to bend
aluminum,the cuts that you just bended are for put screws on each side to
Don't confuse me for a pro. :)
Score the outline (rectangles are easier than rounds). Run over this 2-3
Make the X cut and keep scoring it till the utility blade cuts through.
Use pliers or small vice grips to remove the quarters.
I have done it this way many times.
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Take a straight blade screwdriver that is fairly new (that has
sharp edges). Use a hammer to drive the edge of the tip into the
gutter material to rip a starting hole. Be generous with the rip
so the tip of your aviation snips can get in the rip easily.
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
Ok I ended up with my own technique :-)
Draw the X inside. Hammer and wood chisel with a scrape of lumber
oriented grain in the direction of the cuts. Chisel straight down and
then move over. Fast and accurate.
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