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Flat Land Redneck
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I saw a batt. drill powered, dual action polisher. It has like 6" head for tight spots. I thought it would work well on a bike. Has anyone seen or tried one? At $56.00 it seems a little pricey to me, but I can't stop thinking about it and that's usually not a good sign. :D
 

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Flat Land Redneck
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I'm guessing 6", may be 4", not sure. It looks like it be good for smaller areas, my big polisher is out of the question. Is it a quality tool or just so so?
 

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I only use it on the wheels, looks like it will last a few seasons.

I had a big one I used on the truck, it was wasted in one summer, but it went through hell, my wheels had lots of sharp edges.
 

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Flat Land Redneck
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I believe we are talking about two different things. I'm not talking about the foam power balls. I'm talking about a dual action polishing machine that is powered by a batt. drill.
 

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Flat Land Redneck
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The one I saw at Walmart was $56.00. I'm also thinking about it. If it had been $26.00 I would go ahead and get one. They look to be a good size for bikes.
 

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Flat Land Redneck
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Couldn't stand it any longer. Broke down and bought one today. Haven't used it yet, but looks like it will work nicely on a bike.
 

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Flat Land Redneck
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It is. I think it was a little pricey, but I think it'll work well on bikes. I wouldn't recommend it for larger surface areas, like a car. As soon as I use it I'll give an update. Instead of my batt. drill I'll probably try my elect. drill, since it spins faster. :)
 
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