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    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/FOX-FDW450-VAR...item4cee59a93f

    This may go down as the most stupid question ever but can this be change to 110 or is it not financially viable ? also what are the Fox sanders actually like ?

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    You can get fox in 110volt for the same money, but you would be better of buying a flex or porter cable one, the fox sanders are toilet.

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    i wouldnt buy a fox one mate,,better of with flex,porter cable or that new festool bad boy,thats what im buying as soon as i get the reddies for it,,i use flex it is slower than some others but much better than a fox,,however cant comment on the fox hoover..

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    The general advice is to avoid the Fox sander then : )

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    we have had good success with the Miro sander, and have some good sales going at the moment, heard nothing positive about the fox. if your interested contact me

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    Quote Originally Posted by sejlane View Post
    The general advice is to avoid the Fox sander then : )
    yer good advice

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