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  Posted by: pgeorg on Jun-20-13 7:41 AM (EST)
 

I agree that a hole saw is your best option, but use it carefully. Hold a thick block of wood on the side opposite the hole saw and apply light pressure to avoid having it grab. Use a blade with the finest teeth you can find.

Peter

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