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Old 04-06-2005   #1
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Finally bought PC 7336SP

Finally took the plunge. I couldnt pass it up for 99 at Lowes. The 7336 is supposedly better than 7424 b/c of 6" counterweight. I need to order some pads so I can test this baby out.

Anyone on here have it? Any tips for use would be nice too.

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Check out the maching polishing forums @
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I swapped to the 6" counterweight on my 7424. Now I have less vibration at high speeds.
I'm still learning with mine, even after a few years with it!
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i use mine everyday on cars i detail. Saves me from swirls. First if the cars are really bad i use my rotary with a light compound then i go over it with a swirl remover with the PC and a light cut-polishing pad, then top with wax. works great. You can order lake country pads from www.autogeek.net. All you need is the Orange pads they do everything. And if you just want to do a light polish go with the meguiars polishing pads. they also sell them. And use speed 5
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best $100 you'll ever spend. it's a must have if you want to keep your car in tip-top shape.
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I love mine! Is about all I use! Check out www.autopia.org and ww.Danase.com/forums
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what is it???????
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A dual action polisher.
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