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Thread: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    I believe the B&S Euro Tech pads are a more equal comparison to the Boss pads.

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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by ski2 View Post
    I believe the B&S Euro Tech pads are a more equal comparison to the Boss pads.

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    I'm just curious, what makes you think they're a more equal comparison to the BOSS pads?

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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    ^Those look interesting too.

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    The Pad Mans post #11 makes me think they are a little more flexible if I'm translating it right.
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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    When I had my g15, the boss pads ran the smoothest on the machine and I love them on my GG6, solid pads for sure, love the boss mf pads also


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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    The B&S Low Pro are probably the best made pads I've ever seen. They are a little thicker than the BOSS pads, but about the same height as a RUPES pad. The maroon polishing pad is the most versatile of the bunch. If I could only have 1 pad to use on a car it would be that one. Cuts great when using a compound and finishes out great when using a medium or finishing polish.

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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by FrankS View Post
    Interesting, the Hybrid pads have been my go-to pads for the Flex 3401. I'll have to give these a try on the Flex. I used the green one before on the Rupes 15 for correction with good results.

    I assume that the 6.5" Low Pro pads will fit the Flex 5.5" standard backing plate and the 5.5" Low Pro pads will fit the Flex 4-3/8" backing plate?

    Which Low Pro pads (colors) are you mostly using?
    Correct, I only use the Low-Pro Green, Orange and Maroon(all round pad). The BnS pads are the most durable pads there is.

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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by Dereksdtail View Post
    When I had my g15, the boss pads ran the smoothest on the machine and I love them on my GG6, solid pads for sure, love the boss mf pads also


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    You got rid of your G15?

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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by conman1395 View Post
    You got rid of your G15?
    Yeah, didn't get used a lot, I love my GG6 and hf but I still use my boss pads because they are so smooth


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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by Dereksdtail View Post
    Yeah, didn't get used a lot, I love my GG6 and hf but I still use my boss pads because they are so smooth


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    I could have sworn I read that you liked it so much you were considering a G21.

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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    Yeah but then I fired up the GG6 again and liked the tighter throw and more precision


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