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05-07-04, 12:08 #1
Tell me your opinions on this buffer.
I have that same one....it's actually my dad's. I plan on getting a PC within the next month. I've used that buffer and it seems like I can get the same results by hand.....do you guys think it's worth it to get the PC? I really want one. Or maybe I'm not working in the product enough?
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'96 Camaro Z28 LT1/4L60E
05-07-04, 12:33 #2
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That thing is a toy compared to a PC. I used something like that for many years and its OK to apply cleaner waxes but for real detailing, you need to step up to a real machine. Orbital buffers like that one simply do not generate the torque and speed needed to get top results. Once you experience a PC, you won't use that old buffer again. If you want one of your own, LMK and I'll send you my old Craftsman with a few buffer bonnets for the cost of shipping only.
05-07-04, 12:35 #3
Eh, I don't really use that thing anyways. My dad probably hasn't used it in years so it's available to me whenever I want. I'm just going to get the PC from coastaltool.com.
-Matt'96 Camaro Z28 LT1/4L60E
05-07-04, 02:12 #4
Can someone translate 2400 random orbits per...wait...minute. As in 60 per second. Hmm. Well, can someone translate that into a PC's setting number.I can't believe I bought another black car.
05-07-04, 03:37 #5
I think the PC maxes at 6,000.'96 Camaro Z28 LT1/4L60E
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