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Old 07-06-2015, 03:15 PM   #1
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Best/Reliable Polisher

As the title says, what do you do think is the best one? CG has a sale right now, and I was thinking about getting their Torq10 polisher kit. But after looking at AG their Griots polisher not only seems to have a more powerful motor, but also more comfortable.

What do you guys use/recommend?


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Go with the Flex 3401. That will be my next one after my Porter Cable 7424 dual action

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Go with the Flex 3401. That will be my next one after my Porter Cable 7424 dual action

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Thanks man, I feel like I've been told this before.
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Thanks man, I feel like I've been told this before.
Ba ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Must of been one smart dude who told you.

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Get the one from CG.
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