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  1. Re: Evansville, Indiana - Cars Wanted for TV Show

    Sounds good; give me a buzz on Thursday and I'll meet you somewhere. Thanks!
  2. Re: Evansville, Indiana - Cars Wanted for TV Show

    I know everyone will be busy during the week, but if you have time for dinner one evening, let me know.
  3. Re: Evansville, Indiana - Cars Wanted for TV Show

    I sent this out to a few area enthusiasts and will let you know if I hear back.
  4. Re: Official Thread for Kentucky Trip- Crusin the Heartland

    It was certainly a pleasure meeting everyone and I hope all of you made it home safely!
  5. Re: Official Thread for Kentucky Trip- Crusin the Heartland

    I plan on meeting up with Mike and the others at Swope's Cars at 7pm tonight.

    Hopefully we can get a group together for dinner.

    My cell is 812-893-1127
  6. Re: Autogeek is heading to Kentucky and we need YOUR help!

    I'm staying at the Best Western, which is just up the road from the Days Inn.

    Not sure what time I will be getting in town, but please let me know if there are dinner plans.

    Thanks!
  7. Re: Autogeek is heading to Kentucky and we need YOUR help!

    Sounds good. Unless plans change, I will be there Friday evening.

    -Chris
  8. Re: Autogeek is heading to Kentucky and we need YOUR help!

    That's not too far away from me.

    I can be there Friday evening and until 4pm on Saturday.

    What times were you looking for?
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    Re: Meguiars buys 3D

    Does a working time for a compound have to be long for it to remove the defect?

    If you really want some work time, add some mineral oil to the compound and spend extra time trying to remove the...
  10. Re: Evansville, Indiana - Going to be in town in October

    I'll be leaving Thursday for Atlanta. Give me a call if you and Scott would like to have dinner one of the other nights.

    See everyone at SEMA...
  11. Re: Evansville, Indiana - Going to be in town in October

    Quick bump...
  12. Re: Evansville, Indiana - Going to be in town in October

    What is the current plan? I'll try to make it, but I'll be out of town from the 17th through the 20th.
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    Re: Wetsanding

    A rotating pad is one of the leading causes of pigtails. You want to use enough pressure so that the pad does not rotate, yet efficiently removes the material. I normally use speed 3-4 on my older...
  14. Re: Official Meguiar's Crew - Fanatics and Chat Thread

    Does hosting Jason Rose at your house count?

    http://archive.meguiarsonline.com/forums/photopost/data/500/DSC_0622.JPG
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    Re: '74 Duster - Partial Sand and Polish

    Thanks for all the compliments, everyone! Much appreciated.



    Those definitely are not greenhorn questions... Although technology has made it easier, sanding is still risky.

    On this car,...
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    '74 Duster - Partial Sand and Polish

    Hey guys,

    Here is another one of my recent projects. It's not every day that you see a Duster, let alone with a 400 under the hood.

    The paint is hard to describe. First, the black stripes...
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    Re: Mid Missouri Detailing get together?

    It's very difficult to organize a detailing clinic outside of a big city. Believe me, I've done it... It's also important to realize the skill level of your audience. If you cater to wet sanding,...
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    Re: Flex 3401 or rupes bigfoot.

    The Rupes LHR21E certainly changed everything for me... I went from using super aggressive pads (microfiber cutting disks) and M101 to pull out severe defects, to using a polishing pad with M205 to...
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    Re: Expensive waxes

    Remember that time we all agreed which wax looked the best and lasted the longest? Oh wait, nevermind...
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    Re: Where to find M19 and M26 in metal tins

    Sorry, I didn't see your pm until just now. Reply sent.
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    Re: Where to find M19 and M26 in metal tins

    The yellow M26 tin is pretty rare. It's still made in the black plastic jars, though.
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    Re: Where to find M19 and M26 in metal tins

    I have all three. If you guys are really interested, I'll put them up for sale on eBay or something.
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    Re: Dumb Question about a RUPES

    The difference is that the Rupes is in a league of its own. It's the first large stroke DA polisher that has been successful. I won't go into detail about the benefits, as they're posted...
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    Re: 3M Orbital Air Sander

    Sorry for such a late reply...

    I use a Meg's S6BP for the 6" disks and an interface pad, depending on the panel's curves. If there are no curves, I'll leave the interface pad off.

    For the 3"...
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    Re: Dumb Question about a RUPES

    I disagree. I can put my Rupes LHR21 on an edge, with quite a bit of pressure and still have the pad rotate. Even if it does stop rotating, the huge stroke will remove significant defects. After...
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