need source for 6" h&l disks

Got the Ridgid 6" VS ROS; in need of good quality, yet reasonable disks. Thanks.
Is 80-220 suggested? w/o skipping? Or is 220 overkill.. stop at 180? I've heard various opinions. And heard skipping one is OK too. Comments? The h&l is going to make this less of a headache.
As a side note.. I have the PC 5" 7335 adhesive disk sander.. had it for 10 years or so. Great sander, but w/o the dust hood it's not real enjoyable to use. Not sure the hood would be that effective. I saw a Festool, I believe, at a WW show plugged into a shop vac. No noticeable dust escaping. I was envious. The Ridged, attached to a shop vac is comparable, if not equivalent. Aaaaaah, I might actually start to enjoy sanding :-)
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100/120-180 for me. 100 on an ROS is extremely aggressive, so I usually start at 120, go 180, set for fuzz and cut it with 220 on the speedbloc or by hand.
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Klingspor is where I used to order my sand paper but now I bought some discs from Amazon because of the free shipping. max

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max wrote:

... Ditto...Klingspor is great for everything <except> discs. For some reason they seem to be somewhat high and last catalogue listed no PSA w/ holes of proper size.
I ordered a trial bunch of the Amazon-pushed brand for trial and was well satisfied so I've been using them exclusively. Still can't beat Klingspor for belts, however.
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