cwah wrote:I'd like to reduce the size of the torque arm. I tried to cut them with a hacksaw but it's like doing nothing.
Any idea how to do cut them?
To be clear, why try to reduce it? If you're overhanging the edges of your dropout, you could just leave it overhanging. It's going to be a pita to cut. Is your hacksaw fresh and with the metal-cutting profile? You might get luck with some diamond dremel cutters (amazon has some cheap third party sellers) and running water, or a few of the ceramic disks (36 pack is like $6). Also, if you're obstruction is something barely obstructing, for my personally made torque arm I had .06 inches overlap with the wider weld on one of the sides, well, rather than cutting .06 inches off, I just beveled away with a grinder the amount that my torque arm stuck over the weld. (So I beveled a little .06" base triangle that cleared the weld.)