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Thread: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    I wouldn't use the BnS Low Pros on a long throw. Funny thing is, they're not really low profile. I think they're GREAT on the 3401, however.
    Quote Originally Posted by nothingface5384 View Post
    Ive been using the 6.5 lowpros on both my G21 and 3401 with stock plate
    @nothingface. So you wouldn't agree with the above statement by WRAPT?



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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by Eldorado2k View Post
    @nothingface. So you wouldn't agree with the above statement by WRAPT?



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    first part of his statement..no, second part yes

    they cut and finish well, just stiffer then the boss...i'll take a lil stiffer pad for more pad durability. they're also cheaper

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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    The BnS Low Pro pads are thicker overall, but the actual foam part is the same thickness as the BOSS pads. The added thickness is the neoprene foam part. That is pretty stiff and I don't think it is absorbing the movement of the pad at all like everyone is assuming happens with something like a LC CCS pad that actually has the thick foam.

    I really like both of these pads. I don't even consider buying RUPES pads anymore.
    I have not given the LC ThinPro pads a try yet. That is a pad that looks truly universal regards to working well on all the polishers.
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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by 58LesPaul View Post
    Where are you all seeing these for $7.99? AG has them for $12.99
    Autogeek isn't the only place that sells detailing supplies.

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    Re: BOSS pads vs B&S Low Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by conman1395 View Post
    Autogeek isn't the only place that sells detailing supplies.
    I'm well aware of that


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