I think you're just looking for an excuse to use a power tool. Get one of these and go to town. You'll be done in minutes.
Bought one, works great. Plan to go to town on it this weekend after I seal the roof. Thanks for the recommendation, I would've done it without the handle and gotten frustrated.
I had a blast in the garage today. I'm building a track car that I hope to have ready to race by the opening of the 2016 season. In the meantime I'm using the car to run track days while I earn my racing license and I drive it to work. I have enough play money to buy stuff as I go, but not enough to just do it all at once. I did get to put on a big ticket item today, though. I bought a pair of O.Z. Alleggerita HLT lightweight wheels. 17x8.5" but only 16.9lbs each. Wrapped them in BFGoodrich g-Force Sport COMP-2's, which are more street friendly version of the series tire.
I didn't have to use the fender roller because it rides a few inches high. Once I get the race suspension on I'll roll the fenders out. In fact, I didn't have to use the 15mm spacers I bought for the rear but I'll keep them on hand in case the new suspension geometry is drastically different.
I know it's just a set of wheels, but for a guy that has been playing Gran Turismo for 16 years
, it was a great moment to bolt on my own set of O.Z. wheels. I felt like a kid again putting it all together. (Also switched to stud/nuts instead of lug bolts)
Just a really cool day, had to share.