03:30AM | 03/03/08
Member Since: 03/02/08
2 lifetime posts
need the manual for this sander or detail instructions on how to change the belt. Actually, I just need to know how to properly straighten out the belt from riding left/right. Any help would be greatly appreciated.




02:53AM | 10/23/09
Member Since: 10/22/09
1 lifetime posts
I also have that same sander I bought used and needed a manual. fortunately in navigating the web, I found one.

The site below will bring the manual up.


05:27AM | 03/08/13
I would give it a frame everything aywlas looks better framed and you might like it better once you see it hanging.. I aywlas hang ones I'm not sure of and see what I think again in a few weeks sometimes I see the solution and sometimes I end up throwing it but I think this looks good xx


04:54PM | 10/05/13
I bought this used and need a manual


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