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Old 01-08-2006, 04:43 PM
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Yes I have and I really like it. It's much more comfortable than the
DA and stays flatter with only one hand. It does hog the air, but about
the same as my DA. I did some sanding on a hood's clearcoat and it
really seemed to get it dead flat. I also tried it on some wood in my shop
and it seemed to not work as well there. It wanted to hop a little.
Maybe if I get one of those cushion pads for it, it will do better.
For my woodwork I think I'll stay with my electric random orbital sanders.
But for the car wet sanding this thing is great.
It seems to be pretty well built so I hope it lives up to the Porter Cable
reputation. I'd recommend this tool for those that have enough air to
power it. I think it's about 15cfm at 90 psi.
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