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Post  Kenny on Thu Feb 26, 2009 2:22 pm

Can anyone tell me if they have used buschs flexshaft for polishing? If so,what set up did you use to operate it and what pads.

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Re: polishing semi wheels

Post  duane on Mon Mar 09, 2009 8:09 am

the best machine is a small, portable 1/2hp motor with a 1/2" shaft size. the flexshaft will bolt right on. you can use either the pinhole adaptor with a cone, round, or square buff up to 3.5" diameter. Or, you can use the drill adaptor and run up to a 6" edge pad, like a spiral stitched pad.

we also have adaptors to bolt the flexshaft to any bench buffer that has 5/8", 3/4", or 7/8" shaft sizes with coarse thread. We have adaptors for the 1/2hp, 3/4hp, and 1hp Baldor machines.

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