Originally Posted by BobTurner
Many?? I'd say that for the most part, if the plans call for a solid rivet, it's possible to get one in. You may need to be creative with bucking bars.
Do you own one of every length and style of bucking bar ever made? If so, you're good to go. If not, at least consider saving untold effort and using a pulled rivet if it's not primary structure. Like a floor pan corner.
There may be a way for some of these tucked-away rivets to be driven, but I can't find it with available tooling.
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