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    Re: Polisher machines

    Quote Originally Posted by nothingface5384 View Post
    No, he`s just having the chinese factory send it with that already done....sadly china is on a either lockdown)shutdown again

    Tempted to just get the 220v and run a transformer/downstepper
    I was considering doing the same! I`ve been wanting a 3" gear driven tool for so long....i`ve been slowly working my way to making my own. LOL as if

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    Re: Polisher machines

    Quote Originally Posted by SWETM View Post
    There where a big car show this weekend here in Sweden. Where those who sell detailing products have a big showup on. It`s like our SEMA Show. A store that rebrands and makes them after their whises and sells Flex and Rupes and Maxshine to name a few brand they sell. Just released this weekend a 25mm longthrow polisher. It`s not up on their website yet though.

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    Theyre rebranded checheng polishers
    They had the 25mm since like 2018 i believe

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJesus View Post
    I was considering doing the same! I`ve been wanting a 3" gear driven tool for so long....i`ve been slowly working my way to making my own. LOL as if
    Griot HD 3in BP on makita PO5000C .and force pad....nakes a bulky 3in forced lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by nothingface5384 View Post
    Griot HD 3in BP on makita PO5000C .and force pad....nakes a bulky 3in forced lol
    That sounds like fun!

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    Re: Polisher machines

    I got 2 delivered today
    Its pretty smooth, no real walk
    Seems to work well.
    Im going to play with a few different pad weights and modify a plytapus style grip to swap on

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    Quote Originally Posted by nothingface5384 View Post
    I got 2 delivered today
    Its pretty smooth, no real walk
    Seems to work well.
    Im going to play with a few different pad weights and modify a plytapus style grip to swap on
    Works well,
    It like a lighter lad the most like an LC thinpro for balance compared to Rupes pad,LC HDO or Lc force..

    It dors get warm by the handle
    Ill repack grease
    May lead shot the handle underside also to perhaps .

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    Re: Polisher machines

    Update, still going strong!
    Since I got two, I may grind/shave down the one counter balance weight to possibly obtain better balance from a heavier pad
    Thatll be a win win

    Better balance from machine and a heavier pad can withstand heat better and conform better to body contours

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    Re: Polisher machines

    Thanks for the updates

 

 
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