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    Re: Add G9 from PC 7335?

    FWIW there's a guy on y/t named "papa smurf" that had a gg9 short out after one full correction he says he doesn't know if it's the plug or machine....on the brite side gg customer service is top notch and sending another from what he says

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    Add G9 from PC 7335?

    Being a previous owner of the GG6 and a PC...I favored the GG6.

    Not owning a GG9 yet and knowing what I know now as a professional, here is my take.

    The GG6 is still used professionally today amongst many. As a short throw polisher, I remember it still having plenty of power to do great work.

    Mikeís review of the GG9 sounds glowing.

    Being used to a long throw machine and also formerly owning a G21 & G15, I miss the grips and ergonomics and enjoy the rotary-like handle.

    With all that said, if I am in your position, I would not hesitate to purchase one for the price. It seems like it would hit all the check marks.

    Plus they replace products faster than you can hang up the phone. GREAT SERVICE!


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    Re: Add G9 from PC 7335?

    Quote Originally Posted by VISITOR View Post
    i would keep the PC and delegate it to a smaller pad set-up and perhaps even a spare (you never know). then use a G9/G15/G21 as your main polisher...
    Unless you are unhappy with the performance of your PC, I agree to this suggestion, or just not spend on another machine, albeit a very good one. If you determine a new machine is in your best interest, the G9 is a fabulous machine and as others have said, best bang for the buck.
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    Re: Add G9 from PC 7335?

    I just did exactly what you are considering. I use the G9 with a 5.5" backing plate and use my PC exclusively for 3" work. They make a great combo. The PC with the 3" pad feels very similar in power to the G9 with the 5.5". Maybe just slightly less so. My advice is to add the G9 to your collection if you plan to do yearly compounding work. If you are only doing a light polish 1-2 times per year to maintain your cars finish then stick with the PC.

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    Re: Add G9 from PC 7335?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rrthomas78 View Post
    FWIW there's a guy on y/t named "papa smurf" that had a gg9 short out after one full correction he says he doesn't know if it's the plug or machine....on the brite side gg customer service is top notch and sending another from what he says

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    In the comments there is a gal that this has happened with the first 2 G9 polishers she got. It's a new polisher so maybe some this can happens to. Just hope it's not something that going to happens on many of them. Looks like a great polisher though.

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