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  1. #1
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    Default quick change discs ?

    Hi,
    I checked out the forum. I would like to know what works the best for the price?
    I want to use Merit 2 inch discs for grinding welds for auto repair, general metal fab. work. roll- on, turn-on, aluminum oxide, ceramic or zinc plus? Their sold in 100 count pkgs. so I'd like to keep my grit selection to a min. 36,60,80,120.

    Thanks
    C Bonz

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    I'm not sure exactly what they look like.
    Do you have any pics or a link so we can maybe help out a bit more?

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    I am guessing that these are some sort of "Roloc" style disks...

    they come in a zillion flavors and grits... I tend to use lots of the stiff red scotchbrite ones to clean areas to be welded..
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    Quote Originally Posted by H80N View Post
    I am guessing that these are some sort of "Roloc" style disks...

    they come in a zillion flavors and grits... I tend to use lots of the stiff red scotchbrite ones to clean areas to be welded..
    Yea We use those here also. But only for certain things. 2" doesn't do a heck of a lot!

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    Miller WC-115-A
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    Quote Originally Posted by FusionKing View Post
    Yea We use those here also. But only for certain things. 2" doesn't do a heck of a lot!
    I think he will find that his need for... angle grinders, die grinders.. air and electric.. from 2inchers to 9inchers of all configurations..will increase the longer he is at it... and those devils will multiply..

    My own collection has become pretty big over the years.. as well as a cabinet and a few drawers of assorted abrasives...
    Last edited by H80N; 05-07-2014 at 10:23 AM.
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    Dynasty 200DX
    Millermatic 350P w/25ft Alumapro & 30A
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    Oh heck yes!

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    Miller WC-115-A
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    I just bought a Cutoff/Grinding disc with a lifetime guarantee 2 months ago, I'm really impressed with the abuse I have put on it testing my 90 day no questions asked money back guarantee. ****, it still looks the same as it did the day I bought it!

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    Bad Dog Tools, cutoff and grinding disc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JWDESIGNS View Post
    I just bought a Cutoff/Grinding disc with a lifetime guarantee 2 months ago, I'm really impressed with the abuse I have put on it testing my 90 day no questions asked money back guarantee. ****, it still looks the same as it did the day I bought it!
    You, teaser!! how much $ ?

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    What's the kerf width on that bad dog blade?

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