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Anyone Have a Variable Speed Buffer/Polisher I Can Borrow?

I'm looking to borrow a rotary buffer/polisher, not an orbital. Post up or PM me. I'll need it for a few days.

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-08-2007, 06:56 AM
 
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are you gonna start knob polishing?
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are you gonna start knob polishing?
If that were the case, then I would just need to give the "almightys" treatment...from what I hear from the Harley Dudes, you polish a pretty good knob. Ha!

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Dude there's no way I'm sending my wife over there, sorry.
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I would say no problem Doc, but I killed mine Sunday wheel'n out my boat. It didn't like working nonstop for 5 hours. I'll be getting a replacement before the start of next season.

And my boat will be in the water for the weekend.
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I would say no problem Doc, but I killed mine Sunday wheel'n out my boat. It didn't like working nonstop for 5 hours.

good thing mine is professional grade


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i have a makita speed adjustable wheel i use for wheeling out cars. you can borrow it, just make sure you know how to use it or your paint will not be there. do you need wheel pads as well?

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I have two of em, heavy duty, but one has a 8 inch dia concete grinding stone on it, the other has a pad for buffing heads or grinding pads, and I live too far away to be helpfull.

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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-10-2007, 05:28 PM
 
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Doc,

Do you have a compressor?

I have two buffers, one 7 inch for cars,
and one 3 inch for motorcycles.

Both are pnuematic, be happy to help if I can.
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