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Old 08-28-2013, 09:39 AM   #1
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Airway Wheels?

So far we have polished 2 Airstreams using a Dewalt polisher with pads followed by the cyclo. Results have been pretty good. As we start yet another trailer, I'm curious as to the results using the Airway wheels. Seems to me they cut faster than the pads. Does anyone have any experience using the Airway wheels? If so, have you used them individually or stacked them to make them wider. Not sure what the width of one wheel might be but they look narrow? Would appreciate any thoughts as saving some time would be a plus...Thanks!

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