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    Re: Inexpensive Chinese Long Throw DA, Premium Parts....

    There are a few `S` versions, which one for us hobbiers?
    Presently I have been using the PC 7335 for 20 yrs.

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    Re: Inexpensive Chinese Long Throw DA, Premium Parts....

    Quote Originally Posted by dennis hiip View Post
    I was quoted $66 for 2 poishers by Checenya.
    Not bad at all. DHL got the polisher to me in 2 days.

    Quote Originally Posted by bcgreen View Post
    There are a few `S` versions, which one for us hobbiers?
    Presently I have been using the PC 7335 for 20 yrs.
    I`d go with the S-15

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    Re: Inexpensive Chinese Long Throw DA, Premium Parts....

    Fwiw, here`s their address:

    Jiangxi Checheng Trading Co.,Ltd.
    Add:NO.1669,Beijing East Road,Nanchang,Jiangxi.

    Nothing to do with Chechnya.

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    Re: Inexpensive Chinese Long Throw DA, Premium Parts....

    I requested a quote. I think I may pull the trigger for the price. Fingers crossed.

    Edit: "Stacey" is very fast to respond, answered all my questions. I`m going to pull the trigger, worth giving the S15 a shot.

    This is what I got from her,
    "The price for one S15 is $89.00/pc,after checking the freight by DHL Hongkong is $38.00 to PA 18336,
    so the total cost is $89.0+$38.0+$6.0 (paypal commission) =$133.00,if you can confirm the price,I will make the PI for you."
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    Re: Inexpensive Chinese Long Throw DA, Premium Parts....

    Quote Originally Posted by japjoe7 View Post
    I requested a quote. I think I may pull the trigger for the price. Fingers crossed.

    Edit: "Stacey" is very fast to respond, answered all my questions. I`m going to pull the trigger, worth giving the S15 a shot.

    This is what I got from her,
    "The price for one S15 is $89.00/pc,after checking the freight by DHL Hongkong is $38.00 to PA 18336,
    so the total cost is $89.0+$38.0+$6.0 (paypal commission) =$133.00,if you can confirm the price,I will make the PI for you."
    Alright, Got the polisher deliver yesterday. Shipping was fast coming all the way from China, 2 day shipped from Hong Kong. Ordering was super easy and received a lot of communication from "Stacey." I`m very skeptical of overseas ordering but there are some people/companies that are honest and do want return business. This is only my opinion. I was not a fan of how the polisher was packaged for shipping. The polisher is just sitting in a cardboard box with no packing material so it bounced around in shipment...no damage though. the Polisher itself is well made cast/injected plastic/rubber. All the pieces are well built. it is indeed using NSK bearings and steel counter weight. It`s very smooth and quiet. I`ve included pics and a video I made and uploaded to Youtube. Pardon my fabulous camera skills. I have not had time to test it on a vehicle but will this weekend.

    https://youtu.be/MfB8MI7ht2Y

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    Re: Inexpensive Chinese Long Throw DA, Premium Parts....

    Very cool. Anxious to hear how it runs when you have a chance, Joe. I like the "CHE-CHENG" name plate! Keep us posted, and thanks again!!
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    Re: Inexpensive Chinese Long Throw DA, Premium Parts....

    In China, it`s probably pronounced -- "Cha-Ching".. get it??
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    Re: Inexpensive Chinese Long Throw DA, Premium Parts....

    Quote Originally Posted by Stokdgs View Post
    In China, it`s probably pronounced -- "Cha-Ching".. get it??
    Dan F
    Funny, I was thinking the same thing.
    Anxious to hear how it works in real life.
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    Re: Inexpensive Chinese Long Throw DA, Premium Parts....

    I went ahead and pulled the trigger on the rotary. $89 including the shipping. I just can`t bear to pay $400+ for a polisher that I don`t use that often. We`ll see how smooth and effective that it is. Communication and purchase was great. BTW, seller does PayPal so I didn`t have to use my CC.
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    Re: Inexpensive Chinese Long Throw DA, Premium Parts....

    Quote Originally Posted by dennis hiip View Post
    I went ahead and pulled the trigger on the rotary. $89 including the shipping. I just can`t bear to pay $400+ for a polisher that I don`t use that often. We`ll see how smooth and effective that it is. Communication and purchase was great. BTW, seller does PayPal so I didn`t have to use my CC.


    No idea how the rotary will be, but the S15 is awesome!



    Quote Originally Posted by japjoe7 View Post
    Alright, Got the polisher deliver yesterday. Shipping was fast coming all the way from China, 2 day shipped from Hong Kong. Ordering was super easy and received a lot of communication from "Stacey." I`m very skeptical of overseas ordering but there are some people/companies that are honest and do want return business. This is only my opinion. I was not a fan of how the polisher was packaged for shipping. The polisher is just sitting in a cardboard box with no packing material so it bounced around in shipment...no damage though. the Polisher itself is well made cast/injected plastic/rubber. All the pieces are well built. it is indeed using NSK bearings and steel counter weight. It`s very smooth and quiet. I`ve included pics and a video I made and uploaded to Youtube. Pardon my fabulous camera skills. I have not had time to test it on a vehicle but will this weekend.

    https://youtu.be/MfB8MI7ht2Y
    Let us know what you think! I`m loving mine!!

 

 
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