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Plastic Buffing Wheel
- a wheel that is covered with soft material
- machine driving wheel with a muslin or flannel disc for bringing polymer to a shine
- A synthetic material made from a wide range of organic polymers such as polyethylene, PVC, nylon, etc., that can be molded into shape while soft and then set into a rigid or slightly elastic form
- fictile: capable of being molded or modeled (especially of earth or clay or other soft material); "plastic substances such as wax or clay"
- capable of being influenced or formed; "the plastic minds of children"; "a pliant nature"
- Credit cards or other types of plastic card that can be used as money
- generic name for certain synthetic or semisynthetic materials that can be molded or extruded into objects or films or filaments or used for making e.g. coatings and adhesives
New Bench Buffer Polisher Grinder Buffing Polishing Machine
Best Choice Products is proud to introduce to our customers this Brand New High Quality High Speed Bench Buffer Polisher. This Buffer/Polisher mainly applied to polish Aluminum, Jewelry, Chrome, metal parts or plastic parts for refined appearance. Our Buffer Machine comes with 2 replaceable and washable buffing
and variable speed control of 2000 up to 7000, which allows you to adjust your buffing
at the speed you want. Simply screw the pads directly onto the threaded mandrels and its good to go.
Bench Buffer Polisher
Motor: 110V/60Hz, 200W, 1.67Amps,
Buffing Speed: Adjustable 2000 and 7000 RPM
Buffing Wheels: (2) 4 Diameter x thick wheels
with center hole.
Threaded Mandrels: (2) mandrels for easy mounting and replacing buffing wheels
Dimensions: 10-3/4W x 4-1/2L x 6H
When the sheriffs let me out of county, it was my brother who came to pick me up. Doug. 18 years, fresh out of high school, skinny, short, spoke with a speech impediment and under-bit jaw. Soft spoken, sensitive, shy and loyal. Douglas. My brother. Braces and retainers throughout the most exciting years of his life. Instead of smoking pot and shop lifting, he spent his time by himself in record shops finding heavy metal records. Doug Funny everyone called him. When I was a senior then, he was only a freshmen.
"Did you tell mom and dad?" I said.
"Thanks. I'll tell them myself."
"What happened?" he said.
"They said I was drunk driving."
"I don't know."
"Where's the car?"
"At the tow yard. It's totaled."
"You should be glad you're fucking alive and that you didn't kill anyone."
"Fuck you John."
"I know. Sorry."
He wasn't about his car. He was mad about me. As his brother, I was always causing shit for everyone. So rarely mad. Never cursed at me like that before. Ever. My baby brother. My only brother. I knew he wanted to say: Why do you keep doing this to yourself John?
Me: a young twenty one at the time, coming from a party at four in the morning. Hit a guard rail and did a 360 in the middle of the freeway a few miles past the Golden Gate Bridge. Car was smashed in from the front. Axle twisted enough so that wheel was parallel to the ground. I guessed this is what kept the car from flipping over too. A few miles earlier and I would not be here. I would be in San Francisco Bay with the car. Or could have been worse. Could have hit a tree. Funny. There are a lot of trees on that part of the highway 101. But none for me.
Doug. My brother. My sweet brother. Was pissed but didn't say anything else. I was grateful that he came to get me. They put me in the cell for 18 hours. Took my tie and shoe laces. The floor of the detox is not concrete but a funny plastic texture. Cold, and like a rubber mallet. "Where's my phone call?" I said to the deputy.
"If you have coins."
Fuck, I thought. They were laughing at me. The sheriffs. People only get phone calls on TV cop shows.
I called Doug collect and left a message. It was 5:30 in the morning.
He drove two hours, all the way to Marin County Jail in San Rafael to pick me up. Didn't say anything when we drove up to the tow-yard. We actually bought McDonald's on the way there. Didn’t say anything when he saw the car he had spent the last year and a half trying to pay off. A red Nissan
Fairlady Z with twin turbos, aftermarket intake, exhaust and racing rims. Now sat like a broken red nail. Doug, my brother who did not know how to be angry at family could not say anything else while looking at his car.
Parents didn't cry. Mom asked me to go to the hospital ER to get my head checked out. I thought she meant it so I went. Doug drove me to Kaiser. When I came back, she asked me, “Where did you guys go?” My dad locked himself in his room. Something I would do.
DUI Laywers. Court cases. Community service. Fines. Accident fees. Hiked up car insurance. Unable to get to work. Lost work. No license to work. No legs. No mobility. Lost year. "Fuck it!"
During this year, two months after the accident, Doug joined the marines. Hoo-rah. Went to Camp Pendleton for a bit. Got buff. Got tanned. Came home with a crew cut. Sweet brother Doug no more. But still shy, still soft spoken, still loyal. Still spoke with a speech impediment and underbit jaw. Would have surgery on it later, one of the many surgeries he would have. "I just shut up and shoot," he said.
“What the hell?” I said.
My mom caressed his shaved head. Jar-head now. My dad came outside and we had a barbecue. Drank Heineken's in the backyard and had bulgogi style beef and Chinese short ribs. No hamburgers and hot
dogs here. What are we, white?
We never talked about the car. I never paid him back for it either. But he was joining the marines during wartime. Who would had ever thought? How could you talk about anything else?
Doug invited his girlfriend with him. Dougy, she called him. She had a kid too but we did not this until after he left.
Very cliche. Soldier warrior leaves for battle. Proposes before he gets sent off. Child birthed while he was overseas. My brother couldn’t have reenacted it better. My brother. The one who kept Captain America and Batman comics under his bed.
He got on one knee and proposed to Connie. Right there on the backyard lawn. There was only for of us. Mom gasped and cried. Dad didn't know what the hell was going on and was flipping meat over the Weber grill. Me: I yelled at him, "Fuck you Doug!" but in a happy way. "Hoo-fuckin'-rah! You're bitch made now." I kept laughing. Boyz II Men start playing in my head.
"Watch your mouth boy. Don't talk to h
Red light racer - Chevrolet Lumina 2007, LTZ
Red light racer
The Chevrolet Lumina gets a makeover for 2007 and eager to burn rubber
By Tushal Bhadang
Rear-wheel-drive sedans have a different feel to them. They’re ready to swing their rears out even at the slightest tap of your right foot. They’re merciless. We received the latest Chevy Lumina LTZ trim for a test and she looked dazzling in white. Her low roofline and creased bonnet lines, side profile…oh so delicious. It’s a big change from the curvaceous last gen model. The wheels
are placed far and wide, it rides low and makes its presence felt (we got quite a number of looks). The long wheelbase (2916 mm) benefits it immensely, creating a roomy interior and equally deep boot space. This design form also lends it stability on high speeds. The pronounced flared wheel arches ooze aggression and authority. Meaty 225/55R17 Yokohama high performance tyres mounted on 17” buffed aluminium alloy rims add sparkle to the ride.
At the heart of all the horsepower
is a 3.6 litre V6 power
plant churning out a healthy 240hp @ 6000 RPM. Torque starts at an exciting 2600 RPM with a 335 Nm output which will leave a trail of black strips across the white line. Mated to an all-new 4-speed auto box with enhanced gear ratios and a new input speed sensor that matches the engine revs to the gear changes. She is ready to pounce with the slightest tap, in a way the power
rushes through very suddenly and before you know it, it’s doing over 100 kph, which comes up in under 7.8 seconds! Handling is precise and the turn-ins are sharp but oversteer is positive, traction control struggling hard to keep it in a straight line. The car is a joy to throw around corners and feedback from the steering is positive. Actually, this car is so crazy, it’s a silent mile-muncher on the highways and city streets, but at the same time, a little prodding and it will rival an equally power
ful sports coupe with a sensational exhaust note that starts from as low as 3000 RPM. A multi-link rear suspension system allows for outstanding handling without sacrificing ride comfort for occupants. A “Sport Shift” button does extremely well in revving the engine to the red line through shifts for maximum performance.
The 2007 model range has been designed and created at GM Holden's US$4.5 million state-of-the-art design studio in Port Melbourne, Australia. The facility is part of a GM global centre for rear wheel drive vehicle excellence and has earned its reputation and position through delivering internationally successful production cars as well as breathtaking concept cars over the past few years. But even this amount of investment in the facilities couldn’t make the interiors top notch. Yes, it is smart but lacks finesse. The Lumina uses an intuitive, simple-to-use driver information centre (DIC) which comes as standard across the model range. The primary interface for the DIC is located on the new-look steering wheel and includes mouse like scroll wheels
and easy-to-use buttons. Primary data is located in the centre of the instrument cluster. A secondary set of controls and display is located on the centre of the instrument panel. Dual zone climate control, electric seats, and Blaupunkt 6-disc in-dash CD changer with auxiliary input jack and parking sensors are added goodies. The leather wrapped steering wheel is super sized for this car, a smaller one would be better. The boot-lid is opened via a button that’s placed behind the glove box lid, why would you hide it Chevy?
The LTZ comes with four airbags (driver, passenger and side impact) as standard. The brakes are on the spongier side but getting used to them didn’t take long. Discs on all four wheels
with ABS, EBD and TCS are standard. Traction control can be switched off for drifting fun at the BIC via a switch on the centre console.
The Chevy Lumina is a one of a kind multi-national car, why? Its designed and built in Australia with parts from Canada, Germany and Brazil (etc.) put together by an American company. Looks and performance apart, she comfortably seats 5 passengers and returns reasonable mileage (provided you don’t have a lead foot) for its power
output. The interiors are standard fare, lots of aluminium-finished plastic and glossy wood trim, but the fit and finish leave a lot to be desired, they don’t feel that upmarket. The SS trim level comes with an eat-your-heart-out 6 litre V8 monster spitting out 360 hp with 530 Nm of torque to boot. With many more goodies like crash avoidance technology, Sat-Nav, leather interiors, aluminum pedals and (hold your breath), a 6-speed manual transmission! Built for the red light racer! Buckle up and don’t over-speed though.
Rating 3 stars
Car supplied by National Motor Company, Kingdom of Bahrain.
plastic buffing wheel
Eastwood's deluxe polishing kit is designed for steel, stainless, aluminum and plastic automotive and motorcycle components. Utilize your electric drill or pneumatic die grinder with the supplied 1/4" arbors for polishing jobs on or off the vehicle.
4 oz tube Stainless Steel Compound
4 oz tube Tripoli Compound
4 oz tube Jewelers Rouge
4 oz tube White rouge
4 oz tube Plastic Compound
(1) Tapered Buff
(1) Facer Buff
(1) Cylinder Buff
(1) Mushroom Buff
(2) Spiral Sewn Buffs
(1) Loose Cotton Buff
(5) Assorted Felt Cones
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