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 Post subject: what to use to resurface lane 1 super carbide bomb
 Posted: Mon Feb 19, 2018 2:13 am Post Number: #1 Post
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i recently got a super carbide bomb and was wondering if it would be better to use scotch brite or abralon pads

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Scotchbrite is recommended for particle balls.

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mrbean wrote:
i recently got a super carbide bomb and was wondering if it would be better to use scotch brite or abralon pads


The OOB on the Super Carbide Bomb is "Dull 35 micron"

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So that puts you around either a Maroon scotchbrite or a P500 abralon or a A35(Green) trizact or a 320 US grit sandpaper.

Scotchbrite is typically preferred for particle balls, but the other abrasives can be used. It just depends on what particle type is used in the ball, What affect it will have and what your trying to achieve.


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