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Also, for those of you who want to save on buying the hole saw, I drilled quarter inch holes around the outer edge,of back plate and around the outer edge of the protruding baffle Prick punch them first so the bit wont slip. Then I enlarged them to three eights and then half inch. Drilled them all pretty close together. Then I took a hack saw blade,(need 2 or 3) and sawed in between the holes. Took my heavier punch and bent the piece inward so to have room to wiggle the baffle around with one inch pipe until it broke free. Took quite a bit of wiggling but, it finally gave. Next just take a dremel tool or a small grinder bit on your drill and smooth out outer edge where you sawed through the holes. Hope this helps, and would save on buying the hole saw. Doug
 

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Actually you are on to something. We debaffled two bikes Saturday and drilling the perimeter holes made getting mickey out a breeze.
 
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