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Buffer, 8 In, 120 V, 3/4 HP, 5/8 In Shaft

  • Item# 1FYV4
  • Mfr. Model# 1FYV4
  • Catalog Page# 914
  • UNSPSC# 27112702
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  • Shipping Weight 30.95 lbs.
Country of Origin China Country of Origin is subject to change.
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Product Details

Benchtop unit works well for buffing and polishing all types of metal. Features a capacitor start motor and large diameter armature shaft with sealed ball bearings. Includes wheel flanges and power cord.

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Technical Specs

  • Item Bench Top Buffer
  • Size (In.) 8
  • RPM 2000 to 3300/3450
  • HP 3/4
  • Shaft Dia. (In.) 5/8
  • Voltage 120
  • Amps AC 7
  • Phase 1
  • Motor Type Capacitor Start
  • Bearing Type Sealed Ball
  • Motor Housing Material Steel
  • Endshield Material Cast Iron
  • Base Material Aluminum
  • Fits Optional 4Z154 Tool Stand
  • Includes Wheel Flanges and Power Cord
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Customer Reviews


Rated 3 out of 5 by 2reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by This is a poorly built machine. It fell apart before I even finished polishing one project. It has two flimsy screws that hold the motor to the base. It came loose and shorted out. To tighten the screws that came loose, one would need to remove the base from the pedestal each time, remove the cover plate and then reassemble. What a joke. Is this what Dayton has gone to? This machine is a waste of time and money. July 19, 2015
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