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BayouTiger

For You Detailing Pros...

I have a Dewalt 849(I think!) buffer I bought thinking I would use it, but I don't have the experience with such a tool to even think about taking that to anything painted. This is not one of the little D/As like the PC (which I do use) or the tools from Flex or Meguires. This is the big pro tool. I think it's generally considered the best pro buffer/polisher out there, but way over my skill set.

 

I used it just to try it out on my boat for about an hour, but since then it's just been in my way. If someone wants it I would let it go for $125 and can bring it to CF4. If someone doesn't I'll likely swap it to my detailer for a detail which I am sure he would jump on!

 

 

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I have that same polisher Chuck, bought it mainly to do my boat before I sold it. I actually used it on a truck I had and made quick work of that job.

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