Tight Quarters Buff Question

Posted: February 20, 2006 By: kwright

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    kwright

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    I need a little guidance please, as to which Eastwood buff(s) would be most suitable for my application.

    I’m polishing vintage aluminum Japanese motorcycle engine sidecovers to a very high gloss. I have a pedestal-mounted grinder I’ve converted to a polisher that works fine for general buffing. I also have a nice variety of buffing compounds.

    There are inside corners and other tight spaces on these covers that I need to clean up, due to the inability of the larger buffer to reach into these spaces. I’m thinking I’ll probably need to use drill mounted small-space buffer.

    Any particular recommendations from the large selection of buffs Eastwood offers that might be particulary suitable for my needs?

    Thanks…

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