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PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2018 2:10 pm
So I have a ford ranger I recently purchased and am looking to buff. The front end is oxidized. I have been researching buffers. I understand many people really like the DA buffers. I have never used one. how well does it work on vertical surfaces? The ranger has a bead or crease running down the entire side.Will i be able to reach that crevice with a DA sander? i tried posting pics but it just comes up like this .

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 10:47 pm
I find the rotary buffer works best for me.

Try again on your pictures using the Upload Attachment link below. Simply browse to your folder location and select the image you want to upload. The click Add the File and wait until it loads. Put your cursor where you want the photo to appear and then click the link that say Place Inline.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2018 8:29 am
A DA (dual action) buffer and a DA sander is two different things.
The Da sander can be used as a buffer but will be slower than a regular buffer.
Most DA sanders are air operated and use a lot of air,
you need a large compressor to run them.
A electric buffer works really well.
JC

(It's not custom painting-it's custom sanding)

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