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Old 02-26-2012, 05:45 AM   #1
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LC Bogo pad descriptions

Just wanting the scale for the 6.5 LC FLAT Pads that are on BOGO at the moment.
Yellow/Orange/white/light green/green/red/blue/gray
The flat pads on the LC Website are only Orange/black/white.

Planning on trying the 105/205 combo on a Makita Rotary with them. So suggested combos for the megs gear and these lc pads.



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Re: LC Bogo pad descriptions

Here you go brother.

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Re: LC Bogo pad descriptions

Man i have the same question too... and im too dumm to understand the charts lol....
I just dont know what the light green and green flat pads are for in the BOGO
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Re: LC Bogo pad descriptions

Stick to orange, white, black, and if plan on buying the 6.5" BOGO for use on rotary.

Resist the BOGO temption if plan on using the 6.5" on a Porter Cable DA.
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Stick to orange, white, black, and if plan on buying the 6.5" BOGO for use on rotary.

Resist the BOGO temption if plan on using the 6.5" on a Porter Cable DA.
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if plan on buying the 6.5" BOGO for use on rotary.
Or Flex 3401.
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So these BOGO pads are not good for FLEX 3401?
Im about to stock up the BOGO pads for my flex 3401!!
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They are appropriate for the FLEX, since it is forced action. I believe the recommendation against the larger pads on PC and similar DA system comes from the potential for the pad to have difficulty rotating.

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So these BOGO pads are not good for FLEX 3401?
Im about to stock up the BOGO pads for my flex 3401!!
I believe they meant only get the BOGO pads if you have a rotary OR flex.

The PC cannot handle it, Flex can.
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I believe they meant only get the BOGO pads if you have a rotary OR flex.

The PC cannot handle it, Flex can.
Yes, that is what I meant. Flex 3401 has no problem with 6.5 inch pads. Sorry if I confused anyone.
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