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Old 05-11-2005, 07:41 PM
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Extra Long Sanding Boards ?

All,
I have "Googled" for hours, and been to numerous sites, with no results.
I am trying to find a long board sander, either 36" or 48".
I have a 16 and a 17, but I would like something longer.
Any help is appreciated,
Bob

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Adjustable flex sanders!
Ive got em and love em
Give that a google if not try
www.autobodystore.com
or the home site
www.adjustflexsand.com
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It's very easy to make your own. Just use a piece of 3/4" plywood and add on a couple handles then just use stick on sanding paper. Works pretty well and you can make any length you want.
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I make my own out of 1/8" alluminum sheet and add an oak handle, cover the alluminum with a couple layers of duct tape and apply self adhesive sandpaper from a roll, they work great. I haven't found a need for any longer than 32". Just make sure they are truly straight or you'll have troubles.Bob
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