Get a 7336. It's almost identical to 7424 but has a larger counter balance weight (I believe 5oz vs. 6oz) which makes it more balanced at the higher speeds. They come with a foam pad but it's not as good as the pads you could get from detailing supply houses. You will also need a velcro backing plate. If I remember correctly, 7428 is a rotary buffer (as opposed to random orbital) and it requires more training and practice. If you are new with buffers, don't get a rotary because you can literally burn the paint off the car if used improperly. Hope this helped.NewFoundPower said:Thanks! Got the link, that was just what I was looking for. :thumb:
Should I get the 7424 or the 7428?
How did that machine work getting swirl marks and light scratches out? My paint is good but I have a lot of swirls that the sun light really show.blkZ06 said:I got my orbital from Griot's Garage-ordered online and had it in 2 days.
I love it, it's practically impossible to damage your paint with theirs, and I like how they have 3 levels of polish you can use, depending on how deep your scratches are:thumb:
it did an outstanding job :yeadog:PDCjonny said:How did that machine work getting swirl marks and light scratches out? My paint is good but I have a lot of swirls that the sun light really show.
the best price i found was at http://www.coastaltool.com/cgi-bin/...er.htm?L+coastest+wryz6963fff468f4+1114942185NewFoundPower said:I've checked my local Home Depot, Lowe's, and Sears, and none of them have it. I've checked their websites and can't find it. I don't really want to get it from Griot's for such a large markup, but I'm running out of patience.