I have been working on the Cruiser again and noticed I am drilling a lot of holes that are not quit lined up. Example: Spare tire mount bracket. Sounds easy just hold the bracket up against the panel, mark holes with marker, center punch, and then drill. Then you find that each hole is just a bit off cause of your old eyes and now you have trouble lining up the carrier. So you enlarge the holes... We've all done it and it gets old quick. I know some of you folks are engineers and machinists or are just blessed with good common sense and great skills so post up some tips on transferring marks that are accurate. Here are a couple that I have used. Tip 1: I use this IF I have the specs on hole spacing. Draw the center points in a cad program then print them out, tape to panel and use a punch to mark the holes. This works great if you have the specs.... Tip 2: Clamp the piece in the correct position and use a drill bit that is almost exactly the same size as the hole and drill just enough to mark the holes. Remove and drill with the proper size bit.