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  • Harbor Freight sander 1/2 price!

    I was looking for a cheap, quick orbital sander to smooth out the bodywork on my pre98. I did find a $30 orbital sander (pneumatic) that I was pretty interested in. The closest store is about half an hour, so i geared up and went for a ride!

    Picked up the sander, some sanding discs, some batteries for another project, and the whole thing rang up at 30 bucks! I checked, and the sander rang up at only $15.99! Not a bad deal if you're in the market for a sander. Anyway, I just thought someone might need one. Here's the link for model number:

    http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=90288

    Be sure to pick up a quick disconnect for it for an extra buck.

  • #2
    good deal thanks i am looking for one
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    • #3
      You'll need a big compressor that can output 90CFM to run this....
      -Steve


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      • #4
        I'm pretty sure mine is rated to handle it. It's a smaller one with a 30 gallon tank, but I've done other high volume stuff before - paint gun, big half inch drive impact tool runing constant for several minutes. I don't expect to have any issues. I'll let everyone know here if I do.

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        • #5
          just saying. I've got a 26gal compressor with w 2.5 HP motor... and I think it'll just do 90CFM...
          -Steve


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          • #6
            Yah. It's a good point. Anyone considering this should check your compressor rating before making the purchase.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by steves
              You'll need a big compressor that can output 90CFM to run this....
              Originally posted by Harbor Freight
              Speed: 10,000 RPM max; Required pressure: 90 PSI; 8 CFM @ 90 PSI
              I think you're misreading that. It's 8CFM at 90PSI.
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              • #8
                Hah. Funny. I didn't even notice. I knew *something* was weird about that, but I guess I just skimmed over it, since I'm not planning on buying another compressor.

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                • #9
                  Glad to see another HarborFreight fan. If you only need the tool for once or twice every so often, why spend a fortune for a professional-brand tool which is probably made in the same country?

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                  • #10
                    Yeah, I started reading this and was thinking, who is on crack thinking that their compressor does 90 CFM? Glas to see you've got it figured out....
                    98 Integra GSR
                    96 Kat 750

                    Don't be like me

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                    • #11
                      isnt every one a harbor frieght fan?
                      your suzuki qualified tech

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                      • #12
                        Just got this week's Harborfreight flier and found more deals with discount coupon too !!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by brooder
                          Originally posted by steves
                          You'll need a big compressor that can output 90CFM to run this....
                          Originally posted by Harbor Freight
                          Speed: 10,000 RPM max; Required pressure: 90 PSI; 8 CFM @ 90 PSI
                          I think you're misreading that. It's 8CFM at 90PSI.

                          I was going to say..90 CFM..are you KIDDING??

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