ATD Tools 2088 6" Random Orbital Palm Sander
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Using this da sander with 80 grit, I remove paint from the metal to the bare metal, then prime with a urethane sealer and sand with 400 grit and 600 grit before painting. My final step is to clear coat, then use the same da sander with a soft backing pad and 1500-grit disc, then sand with wet sandpaper, then use 3M trizac pads, then finish with teal colored perfect-it pads. I love how it turned out!
Yes, I agree with those statements Backer pad is 5 5/8 " diameter (for a stick of 6" A disc is on disc). There is a thin 7/8" (22mm) wrench included with the sander so that the pad can be removed. Approximately 5/16" x 24 threads are used for the center bolt.
It's a great tool, yes. It's a quick and easy way to do it
It shouldn't matter how big the tank is. The larger the tank, the less likely the compressor is to have to run. I have air lines that are regulated between 85 and 90 Pressure of 90 pounds per square inch.