Probably to late but try the Red Rooster if you want something different or
the CharBar downtown. I love the boneless wing and a side. I'm out of town
until the late afternoon, where are the installs?
That will be tempting if anybody tell the have a 'sander'..lol.
It just glides like a dream. Really easy to nudge in any way you like.
Now, having said that, I have no idea what it would be like with a
pack of 80 grit on an oak table.
What I really like about these guys, is that they stuck to a standard
5" disk. None of that specialty cut idiocy.
Holy crap! Spinal Tap would be so proud! You now have an amp that
goes to 11!
I would really be interested for you to post your thoughts after using
it for a while.
In the meantime, I'll call Nigel.
I coudn't quite see it - seems to be a little toy bottom right of photo?
What is that giant yellow thing with the mettalic dog leash attached?
I had seen something like it last year at our woodworking show, and did
actually want to follow up this year - but no -one had any. I have a
concrete driveway I want to polish up. Can I borrow that yellow monstor?
They are cool.
Tue, May 8, 2007, 10:05am (EDT-3) firstname.lastname@example.org (Robatoy) doth do
his happy dance and sings:
I am happy so far. More later. (Great for detail work)
Ah, I see that someone else paints their new tools yellow too.
What is life without challenge and a constant stream of new
- Peter Egan
Yeah.. it's a beast. But with a very gentle streak. No swirls, very easy
to control, dust control is good enough (I'm spoiled by
It removes an amazing amount of material with an agressive paper like
the Klingspor 240 grit.
I can't wait to refinish a teak kitchen table I have.
240, 320, 400, 600, ultrafine Scotchbrite gives a finish on solid
surface like glass...incredibly flat.
Ohh and sooo quiet. Just the scuffing of the paper and the soft humming
of the Fein Turbo in the back-ground...its hose plugged in
And fast! With a 6mm stroke and 4 x 5' pads, it makes short order of
what I've thrown at it so far.
AEG German motor, and great, big fat bearings and a serious
counter-weight set-up. All done very well. You can see some of that here:
Rob is very happy.... can't get over how quiet it is... you have no idea
what a nice change that is.
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