Anyone using the Dewalt 20v Polisher?

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Not a bad price. Didn't even know this existed. I've seen some 'mainstream' company's offering cordless/battery powered machines. Reviews have been very good, and people tend to like the freedom that not having a cord can give you.
 

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Not a bad price. Didn't even know this existed. I've seen some 'mainstream' company's offering cordless/battery powered machines. Reviews have been very good, and people tend to like the freedom that not having a cord can give you.

Def beats dragging the cord across the roof or hood.
 

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^^^You got that right. I have one that I use (not that one) and it is nice.
I am also looking at some of the offerings from Flex...
 

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I've actually been looking into that polisher myself. Anyone try one yet?
My PC 7424xp sucks. Just stalls nonstop
 

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Definitely not. Was trying to polish a set of wheels. Just the weight of the machine is causing it to stall.
that isn't right, sounds to me like something is wrong with your clutch system. I can put a fair bit of effort leaning into mine before it starts to slow down.
 

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that isn't right, sounds to me like something is wrong with your clutch system. I can put a fair bit of effort leaning into mine before it starts to slow down.
I was thinking the same thing...PC 7424XP was my first buffer and I never had issues with stalling.
 

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