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    I went to Harbor Freight yesterday to buy their 4" belt/6" disc sander for $99.95 and when I got to the check out, it rang up on sale for $69.95! What a good day...

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    Be sure to buy some GOOD name brand belts and disks for your new toy....the ones that are included and in the store are JUNK ....i usually try to buy GATOR GRIT ......they are smoothe running and no belt thump.........the disks stay put and are still reasonably easy to peel off when needed.....mine is not the most powerful but still gets the job done if you take your time.......enjoy your new toy...mine is about 6-7 years old and still running .
    Dave

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      I will, Mr. Ed... I get Gator Grit discs for my Randome Orbital. I'm glad to hear yours is still going strong. I know it's not the best machine, but for the price, it'll do what I need it to, which is basically outside curve pieces like bowls and, in the case of why I bought it, a round jewelry box.

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