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    Re: Lake county hybrid pads

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    I tried the force grey pad with the 3401 and the pad was just way too stiff. Not a good user experience at all. Won't use it again.


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    Good to know.

    I think he prefers using a wool pad on the 3401 over the grey pad.

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    Re: Lake county hybrid pads

    Quote Originally Posted by Zubair View Post
    The Orange Hybrid and Orange Force use the same foam that does not work well at all in warmer climates.
    well dernit. I was hoping that wouldn't be the case

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    Re: Lake county hybrid pads

    Quote Originally Posted by Zubair View Post
    The Orange Hybrid and Orange Force use the same foam that does not work well at all in warmer climates.
    Agreed. It's misleading when it says it's a cutting pad, because in warmer temps, it becomes a polishing pad.


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    Re: Lake county hybrid pads

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    Agreed. It's misleading when it says it's a cutting pad, because in warmer temps, it becomes a polishing pad.


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    what would be the go to pad in warmer climates? (just trying to be prepared)

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    Re: Lake county hybrid pads

    Quote Originally Posted by Thenissanguy View Post
    what would be the go to pad in warmer climates? (just trying to be prepared)
    Blue Hybrid or Force Grey.

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    Re: Lake county hybrid pads

    I just picked up most of the BOSS pads and the heavier cut B&S Low-Pros. The white and orange BOSS ones and the green and orange Low-Pros are all very firm/stiff.

    Someone said the BOSS pads soften up after use. I've only had the chance to try out the white one on my trunk and it didn't seem to soften up much in the short time I worked it.

    The only time it was soft was when I was washing it with hot water afterwards.
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    Lake county hybrid pads

    The B&S Low Pro green and orange pads are some of the best foam pads I've used with the 3401


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    Re: Lake county hybrid pads

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    The B&S Low Pro green and orange pads are some of the best foam pads I've used with the 3401


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    Yep, use it with the Flex 4 3/8 bp and you won't use the Hybrid system again.

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    Re: Lake county hybrid pads

    Quote Originally Posted by Zubair View Post
    Blue Hybrid or Force Grey.
    So in the summer the blue hybrid and oramge hybrid switch spots on cutting power in the summer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    The B&S Low Pro green and orange pads are some of the best foam pads I've used with the 3401


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    Maybe we can meet up one of thse days so i can pick your brains

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