Quoted from Nepi23:
It would be so nice if someone could make some youtube-videos on how to use the kit. I am planning taking on my first swap and it happens to be a WOZ. I wish it would have been a simpler pf, but what can one do.
Since every pf is so different, and people do the process so diferent, really all you need to know if the basic function. its like a tool and can be used so many ways.
You pics a dremil that is the shape and size needed, and on low speed remove the clear, down to the wood, enough for the drill bit and screw not to hit the clear. Once you have predrilled, load the glue in the applicator, and position it inside the top edge of the hole you made with your dremil. drip enough glue to run down the inside of the clear, and when it hits the wood, it will wick in very quickly and you will see it go under the clear around the hole you made. sometimes apply glue to both sides like 12 and 6 oclock on a watch.
Thats it. on things like t nut holes on the top side, pick a flat top bit and on slow speed remove the clear to the wood. use the glue the same way as I described above, to lock down the clear to the wood at the edges. the glue is not always necessary, but I always use it for insurance years down the road.
For pop bumper nail screws, pick a shape dremmil bit and remove the clear in the countersunk area, and make a hole wide enough for the head to sit in it flush. do your predrilling. glue down the edges of the clear where you removed it, and install.
Like most tools, you will find many applications and ways to use it. when you see a roll over wire switch slit, or a star roll over switch, use a very thin dremmil bit to remove the clear on slow speed. if you ever have any lifting of clear, it will usually draw in the glue when you apply in the right place, because it is so thin, and it gets wicked in.
The kit comes with a stainless gauge that has 32 or 64 holes in it for you to measure holes, screws, drill bits and dremmil bits. also I use it as a way to draw the right size circle on the pf to dremmil out. Also included is a small stone for cleaning the bits if they get clogged up with melted clear. (always use slow speed). You get 10-12 diamond bits, and ounce of glue, 6 applicators, they are 2 part.
I have got about 30 great letters from people who said it was a huge factor inn the success of the pf swap. Mostly folks who have done them before without the kit. I havent ever had a complaint.
Lastly if you have questions you can always contact me. my friend sells light kits, and he wrote great directions for the fairly simple procedure, and all day he gets emails from people who cant get it installed. Besides the instructions like above, that I have sent to a lot of people, I have always assumed that if someone is doing a pf swap, which in my opinion is a very complicated procedure, equivalent to swapping a motor in a car. This should make sense if you have done a pf or plan to, but if not I can help further.
Hope this helped explain. if not contact me. thanks, ron kruzman
and thank you to everyone who supports kruzman pf's in any way. cheers!