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    Old guy seeking new tricks

    Hi - just another new old guy trying to learn some new technology.
    At an early age, I was forced to learn how to color sand and cut/buff with an old orbital+wool pads since I was a mediocre painter.
    I still have my old orbital beast, some wool pads, and Megs 105/205/7 products.
    Trying to freshen up a new-to-me 1 prior owner 1998 Tahoe with original paint and I have some questions that my old dinosaur brain needs help with.
    Looking forward to participating and learning.
    Craig in San Clemente CA

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    Re: Old guy seeking new tricks

    ya found a great forum here, craig. using the twins with wool pads, ya might want to check out m100 to replace the 105 with. its a great product and doesnt dust like the 105. personally i think it cuts faster.

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    Re: Old guy seeking new tricks

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