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richlandfarm

03-03-2018 18:07:55




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I guess I should have posted this on restoration. but thought you guys may like to see it. I got this from Eastwood using it to strip down some sheet metal. and man it works good and fast.





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richlandfarm

03-04-2018 16:04:05




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 Re: New tool in reply to richlandfarm, 03-03-2018 18:07:55  
I should also say , I have the scale drum that comes with it.
Not to impressed with it. was hoping to be able to use is instead of wire wheel on some rims it didn't do that great. will try it on a few other things but really wasn't as aggressive as I would like.



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richlandfarm

03-04-2018 15:59:29




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 Re: New tool in reply to richlandfarm, 03-03-2018 18:07:55  
SCT stands for Surface conditioning tool. They make several different drums for it , different grits and even a brush. I have been using their abrasive drum and it really eats the stuff. I stipped down the panels on that 770 in like 5 min. a side. Their big selling point is it does not heat up the panel . that could warp it. I just looked and the price is $200 plus the drums. The drums are pricey but seem to last a while. I have done the hood and all the side panels on a 770 and gas tank on super 55 and still have a lot of life left.
The biggest down side I see is the drums are specific to the tool. So will always be at the mercy of eastwood for replacement drums. They have a lot of videos on it on their website. It was nice to get something that works as advertised.

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MNGB

03-04-2018 15:40:07




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 Re: New tool in reply to richlandfarm, 03-03-2018 18:07:55  
Here you go

https://www.eastwood.com/eastwood-contour-sct.html?SRCCODE=TXT00010&adpos=1t1&creative=248123999881&device=c&matchtype=e&network=g&gclid=CjwKCAiAz-7UBRBAEiwAVrz-9fBVgldYDe2p10FJrrEeWIf_LaG2I5Murfp8_Vc-gxSsKmUAYJNtIhoCodUQAvD_BwE

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jim_uny

03-04-2018 12:47:37




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 Re: New tool in reply to richlandfarm, 03-03-2018 18:07:55  
what is main advantage of this tool ? are there different brushes you can buy ? what was approximate cost ? thanks



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oliver90owner

03-04-2018 13:51:02




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 Re: New tool in reply to jim_uny, 03-04-2018 12:47:37  
Name is on the tool in the pics. Supplier, too. Google is your friend!



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rrlund

03-04-2018 12:20:44




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 Re: New tool in reply to richlandfarm, 03-03-2018 18:07:55  
I could sure use that right now. I've been using the orbital sander on the 500 hood and fenders. I'm going through a lot of discs.



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Super 55

03-04-2018 11:28:40




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 Re: New tool in reply to richlandfarm, 03-03-2018 18:07:55  
Looks like a good tool. I had similar success using my angle grinder with a red fibre pad. I saw a youtube that mentioned using a car polisher, looks like an angle grinder, but has a variable speed to slow down the pad. Good idea.



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