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I had to test out the new Meguiar's G110V2 DA polisher so why not on the truck? I started by wetsanding the whole drivers side with 2000 grit paper and followed by buffing with Meguiar's #205. Great results and this is one of the best buffers I have used. Has 6 different speeds for waxing/paint correction.









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Wow, awesome results! If you want to do anymore testing you are always welcome to do that to my Dak :D. That really made the intense blue pop.
 

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Thank You!

Personally I have not used it, but the two are very similar in terms of specs. The PC is a little cheaper though but not sure how it handles. The G110 is easy to use and won't bog down when with extreme pressure applied. Very solid machine though:

 

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Thank You!

Personally I have not used it, but the two are very similar in terms of specs. The PC is a little cheaper though but not sure how it handles. The G110 is easy to use and won't bog down when with extreme pressure applied. Very solid machine though:

If you don't mind, what did it cost you?
 

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Man i wish i knew how to buff, my truck needs the orange peel really taken care of, looks Awesome Andrew, i'll give you a fist pump for that LOL :mullet:
 

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If you don't mind, what did it cost you?
The buffer itself is $150, but some detailing sites offer kits where you get three 2.0 pads, duffel bag, and sample bottle of compound for $170. Look up "auto detailing solutions." They are a full meguiar's carrier and stock their whole professional line of products.
 

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The buffer itself is $150, but some detailing sites offer kits where you get three 2.0 pads, duffel bag, and sample bottle of compound for $170. Look up "auto detailing solutions." They are a full meguiar's carrier and stock their whole professional line of products.
Thats not bad at all. Thanks for the info.
 

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Looks good!

But you still got another side to do, get to work! :jester:
Thanks! I'm working on it lol Going to try and get some more light stands tonight so I can see a little better. I think it's the warmer weather that makes me want to work on the truck lol
 

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Thank You!

Personally I have not used it, but the two are very similar in terms of specs. The PC is a little cheaper though but not sure how it handles. The G110 is easy to use and won't bog down when with extreme pressure applied. Very solid machine though:

It's scary how similar that looks to my Porter Cable 7424XP :jester:

Nice job :clap2:
 

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Wetsanding removes clear from the paint. I have enough clear that i could wetsand another dozen times before the clear would start to fade. It's pretty easy once you get the hang of it but takes some patience to look right. I only wetsanded again to remove more orange peel from my paint so it looks better. Most factory sprayed clearcoat is only around 2mils thick and a proper wetsand will removed about 0.3-0.5mils.

When I start the other side i'll take some more pictures to explain the whole process.
 
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