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Thread: Want to get my first good polisher. Help please

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    For your first 'good' polisher, go with the Griots Garage 6" DA....known on detailing forums as the GG6. More power and less vibration than the PC, and considerably less money than the Rupes. Long-throw polishers are all the rage, but the GG6 is a perfect entry-level machine. Griots backs their products with a lifetime warranty, and this machine is quite capable of taking on just about anything the weekend warrior can throw at it. Buy the 5.5" conversion kit, put some Griots BOSS pads on there, and you're on your way.
    Last edited by briarpatch; 01-29-2017 at 10:22 AM. Reason: spelling

  2. #12

    Want to get my first good polisher Help please

    Elite bows are very forgiving and not a big drop off which is all good for your shoulder.

    Good choice and go slow 45# bows have killed lots of game.

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    Want to get my first good polisher Help please

    Moz Eisley was the first thing to pop in my head even though I dont like it that much since its a place instead of a person. Ill have to keep thinking

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