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JLC • OCTOBER 1994 TOOLS FOR TIGHT SPOTS THESE SPECIALTY SAWS, DRILLS, AND WRENCHES WILL SQUEEZE INTO PLACES THAT ARE SHORT ON ELBOW ROOM BY BILL BROCKWAY Working new construction, you can usually plan your actions to make the best use of the tools you have at hand. When you're remodeling, however, the site conditions often demand a specific tool. A reciprocating saw, for example, may be required to make certain cuts — like slicing flush to a plate to sever the nails holding a stud in place. Old houses are full of surprises. The studs may not be on standard centers, so your drill won't quite fit in between the studs to drill that hole. Or somebody screwed the ductwork together before