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JP–Pardon my ignorance, but do most glasser/sanders use straight-up electric sanders or are those angle grinders that can be set up with sanding pads? Or are they really all the same thing?
Tooling around the interwebs at lunch today, anxious to slip out a little early this Friday the 13th. I see there’s some dribs and drabs at Swam’s. After a dismal Spring up this way, it’s been pumping for days now chest-high to overheadwith a NW/SW combo at the “Mel.” Good sandbars, inside-out takeoffs, and warm (for us) water. Getting all boards from this guyfor the last few years…very nice…latest = six-point-two x 18.5 thumtail with an old-school rail spray you Moonies might approve of…definitely not a tired tool….but would sink like a stone down south.
From the looks of your webbie…it needs like at least two more fins?
…couple of days ago I serviced my good ole trusty Makita 9207 after sanded around 500 boards and 1000 fins from the last time serviced…
Jean-Paul St. Pierre
CEO & Janitor of the mega-corpo surf company: Surfy Surfy, Inc