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    Re: A very different question about da polisher

    Yeah, I`ve been removing the handles from my polishers (Cyclos excepted) since forever. Just never liked them, even on the rotaries. Didn`t bother replacing the handle bolt on my GG6 though.

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    Re: A very different question about da polisher

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    Griot’s 6 inch with the 5 inch pad set up should be fine
    Well I`ve ended up ordering this setup. This is to do a paint correction on my 13 camaro. Not that I won`t be doing a paint test spot. Every bit of research has stated that it has a hard clear. So air power just wasn`t the right choice as they use such high cfm`s. I`d probably be deaf by time I was done. Now I need to figure out where I should start with pad type and compounds.

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    Re: A very different question about da polisher

    Contact Richard Lin @ ShowCarPerfection Best Cosmetic Refinisher in OC. He created a strap for one hand detailing with a DA. He no longer sells them but may still have some stock or ideas.
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    Re: A very different question about da polisher

    Quote Originally Posted by 3Dog View Post
    Contact Richard Lin @ ShowCarPerfection Best Cosmetic Refinisher in OC. He created a strap for one hand detailing with a DA. He no longer sells them but may still have some stock or ideas.
    YES !!!!!!!
    The inventor of Black Wow, a long time ago even...
    A very innovative man...

    Thank you, 3DOG !!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Re: A very different question about da polisher

    Quote Originally Posted by Coleroad View Post
    that was my thought, but I was concerned about if there`s an issue of having a very short throw with those. Would it make it too difficult for a novice to get a good finish? If it is an issue, I think I`ll buy the griot`s polisher.
    Get the smaller backplate & use 5`` pads.......

 

 
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