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- Joined: Sun Jun 11, 2006 12:14 am
- Location: tucson arizona
I had a old quick-way polisher that was made with alum square tube and alum handles.. worked good but keep cracking at the welds I sold that and made a copy with light gauge tubing I made the rollers but they were available at Goodson this polisher uses a sewing machine motor that was from Grainger's and a on/off switch the only thing that took time to build was the brackets that clamp on the square tubing built this machine 25 plus years ago and polished a boatload of cranks the belt size is 1x70 but you can make it any size you want..