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    Whats the name of the pad that you add to make this sander less agressive

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    not a 100% sure but i think this is the pad your after is this one, belmore used to have them not sure if they still have but they'll be able to point you in the right direction

    http://www.festool.co.uk/Products/Ac...5-8-IP-LHS-225

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    surely not the 90 quid one

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    Quote Originally Posted by theblones View Post
    surely not the 90 quid one
    It was about 60 quid when it came out, but everything's gone up. How you getting on with that new van in the snow matey? Too much power I bet.

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    think ive got a couple left - if not (keep it hush) but will give a good discount on the soft pad direct from fes germany
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    get me a price bello.
    I loves it tony, not had any snow but been given it some beans on sport mode.
    I love the new style front, cant stop looking at it. Got a shopping list
    New roof bars
    Side rails
    rear spoiler
    bumper protector

    in that order

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    i could do with a replacement aswell if theres availability and the price is right!! ive been putting it off due to the cost, 90 is ridiculous. I think you can buy them from TTS tooltechnik aswell (01284760791) thats where i had to send my hoover back to for repair, never thought to ask them at the time!

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    Hi - best i can do is 69.99 + the dreaded vat - not in stock as they last too dam long !! haha good for you guys bad for resellers :-(
    Placing a machine order sometime this week - let me know if you need one - email,call or mesage me.

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