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    Re: Precious metal investing

    I knew an old acquaintance years ago who was buying 1-1/2oz of Krugerrand a week and did such for quite a long time. Yeah, you read that right, a week, not a month.

    He'd show them to me, and I...
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    Re: Happy Birthday Eldorado2k!!!

    Happy Birthday to you! Hope you are doing well!
  3. Re: Customer never used floor mats, do you charge more?

    All you can do, is the best you can do, nothing more. Hope you at least got a tip for your efforts.

    Me, one time I detailed a white '63 T-Bird, that a friend bought. They, meaning not one, but...
  4. Re: non-professional comparison Rupes V Griot's G15

    That's true.
    One thing for sure about any tool, is there is one singular aspect designed and incorporated into all of them. Profit.
  5. Re: non-professional comparison Rupes V Griot's G15

    To add further, I'm not in any way trying to insinuate that Polishers such as the GG3, GG6, PC, and possibly even the Boss, and new G8/G/9 machines are in the realm of Polishers such as Rupes or...
  6. Re: non-professional comparison Rupes V Griot's G15

    OK, I see that now, re-reading your original post, sorry. Perhaps confused reading further posts in this thread.

    Another thought I might toss around with Griots vs Rupes. Lubrication of...
  7. Re: non-professional comparison Rupes V Griot's G15

    Not really a true apples to apples comparison IMO since the two machines had different throws. Might just be cutting hairs is all though.

    Also, Griots provides Spacer washers for the G15/G21...
  8. Re: What happens if the is scratch is deep enough to catch your fingernail?

    I'm no authority, but I can say with a good deal of certainty, that if the rust in the chip is not fully removed and/or neutralized beforehand, the chip repair, no matter the paint used, will be...
  9. Re: Which buffing pads for the FLEX XCE 10-8 Supa Beast?

    After reading these comments and observations, it made me think a little bit what these mentioned influences are, how they are lessened, and had some other thoughts.

    Seems Rupes has recognized...
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    Re: Did I get a deal?

    Heck, probably the pad's total cost weren't that far from your paying price, and you got the Polisher just about free! I'd say you've done very well!
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    Re: 1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GT

    I think the owner will get some solid appreciation and likes this time around.

    Very respectable "proper" work you have done, looks concours quality to me, not in any way some cheapish back alley...
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    Re: Reapplying WDGPS

    Hello again Davo67.

    Everyone here has of course good intentions, and as well different opinions. Maybe on a different day I'd suggest going to the nines with a full blown decon, clay, polishing,...
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    Re: Reapplying WDGPS

    But it's like grabbing a sledge hammer to kill a fly. Sometimes, less is more.
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    Re: Reapplying WDGPS

    Remember Uncle D., he said he topped it interim with another product, so no, not 5 months just from WGDGPS.

    I don't know, maybe it's just me, but I see no basic common sense of beating your...
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    Re: And then... There was a G8 (Polisher)

    That's a good point you bring up, the tool running under load, versus no load?

    Not sure what is incorporated inside these new 2 new machines from Griots, and whether they use such digital...
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    Re: Cleaned Up My 67 Camaro

    Outwardly, there's not much visual difference between the 396-427-454. Maybe the Harmonic Balancer might be caught by a keen eye is about it until looking at the block numbers.

    Any of course can...
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    Re: Reapplying WDGPS

    Hi, and welcome to the forum.

    Yes, I think you will be fine just re-applying WGDGPS after a wash and dry. It should cut through anything that's left on the paint nicely.
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    Re: Cleaned Up My 67 Camaro

    Stock Wheels and Tires on all Camaros of that era are supposed to have 14's, with the exception of the Z-28 model.
    My '68 SS396 had 15's though. Probably Vette Ralleye Wheels but with Camaro...
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    Re: Cleaned Up My 67 Camaro

    Looking really sweet! What Motor, 327?

    I had a '68 SS396, all stock, Lemans Blue, the works. Didn't have the RS Option though.
  20. Re: Swap out backing plates or get multiple polishers?

    Reason I say "willing to invest", it does get expensive in any case, whether choosing one tool with multiple Plates and Pads, or a variety of a number of separate tools.

    Factor the Pads. One...
  21. Re: Swap out backing plates or get multiple polishers?

    In any case, you'd have to buy a variety of Pad Sizes. It depends on "how many sizes" you choose to have to be able to use?

    Let's say with the purchase of an older model GG6 (which there's...
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    Re: Coating Maintenance

    Supposedly, Carpro Reset is one of the few that doesn't have shine enhancers added Most OTC shampoos do.
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    Re: Coating Maintenance

    You'll notice swirling and fine scratches occurring after washes. That means it's gone, nothing left to protect.

    Time to whip out the DA, re-correct, strip, start all over.
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    Re: Coating Maintenance

    Naw, I'd say you didn't cause any damage, Carpro CQ UK is pretty tough stuff.

    There's a number of ways you could go. I used to be a big fan of Carpro Reload way back, before the number of various...
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    Re: Wolfgang DGPS alternatives?

    There's probably a 100 ways you could go with Polishes and Pads, and come out with outstanding end results.

    Since we don't know the condition of your vehicle, and nobody can judge that on the web...
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