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Posted in response to Covington 495 from glenn fritz on April 08, 2011 at 06:52:04:

Re: Covington 495

Glenn,

IMHO, combination units are best where space is a prime consideration, but maybe thats just me. I always liked stand alone units. That said, I do have a machine that combines gringing, sanding and polishing (grinding on one side, turn the machine around to the other side for the sanding and polishing). The most important consideration is what YOU want since you will be the one using it.

Jim K

From Jim K - April 08, 2011 at 16:12:05
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