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The ultimate small polishing tool!!!!

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    The ultimate small polishing tool!!!!

    No detailer should be without this piece of engineering genius!

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    Is that a joke?

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    It's perfect for polishing muffler bearings...
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    3000 mAh Nickel-metal hydride AA battery... Sounds like a powerhouse. Hey, Maybe I could use it to buff out my finger nails

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    Detailing friend has a little ass thing similar to that. Little bigger, but comes in handy on some of the tight spots.

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    really?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatertot91 View Post
    really?
    Damn right it did.

    REALLY helped when working on the TTII's as well. Able to fit in the area between the spokes. Worked much better than doing it by hand.

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    I'll say it's surprising to me to hear its that useful. Would love to try one out one day for the hell of it, too bad i have little need for this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Damn right it did.

    REALLY helped when working on the TTII's as well. Able to fit in the area between the spokes. Worked much better than doing it by hand.
    that may be one of the only good things that it can do however it would probably work well on my z06 wheels too

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    Fuckin A! Unicorn tears... I've been dyin trying to find a use for these things.

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    Have used it to polish my knob, wife was really happy
    I like work. It fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours.

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