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  • Performax 10-20 Drum Sander

    Hi All,
    I'm curious if anyone has this drum sander and if so what your impressions were of it. I was looking at the performax 16-32 which I've heard very good things about but if I were to go with the smaller one I'd have enough left over for a 17" drill press.
    Thanks in advance.
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    Kevin - I've had the 16-32 for a number of years now (4-5) and can say I've never had a problem with it. Use it all the time for everything from cabinet doors to finish sanding on scroll projects. Really saves time on sanding, especially larger projects like doors. One of the better investments I've made.

    Paul S.


    • #3
      Somewhere I did see a writeup on the 10-20, I will see if I can find that.I do think it was praised, and was compared to I think one by Ryobi, and perhaps delta, but Im not 100% positive. If its like the 16-32 it will be money well spent, you will love it. Dale
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