{Stus-List} Gelcoat cracking/blemishing at/below waterline - "fish eyes"?

Altrice34 at comcast.net Altrice34 at comcast.net
Wed Feb 28 22:23:19 EST 2007


Dennis,
I did a quick internet search and I found die grinders, one 1/4" die grinder that said it used 10 cfm and another that said it used 280 L/min ( liters per min?).
Phil

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From: Wally Bryant <wal at wbryant.com> 

> Dennis - Actually, I like the right angle die grinder better, and that's 
> what I use. I feel that I have more control. However, they cost twice as 
> much. ($40... whoopee.) If you own your a compressor, then spend the 
> extra $20. I swear, put a bronze brush in that thing and it'll clean your 
> strut and prop faster than you can say "There's no place like home..." 
> 
> Wal 
> 
> At 06:55 PM 2/28/2007, you wrote: 
> >Wal, Phil, 
> > 
> >Do you have a right angle die grinders or straight ones? Which would be 
> >better. Right angle? 
> > 
> >I have an air compressor. Should handle the 3 cfm and 90 psi needed. 
> > 
> >Dennis 
> 
> - - - - - - - - - - - - 
> wal at wbryant.com www.wbryant.com 
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> 
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