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    Senior Member Denverdelorean's Avatar
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    Wolfhead Needed

    Does anyone have a wolf head re-graining tool lying around they would be willing to lend me? I will happily pay a deposit and shipping both ways. I just figured there has to be one or two sitting around not being used.

    Would love to discuss purchasing too, if anyone wants to go that route.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denverdelorean View Post
    Does anyone have a wolf head re-graining tool lying around they would be willing to lend me? I will happily pay a deposit and shipping both ways. I just figured there has to be one or two sitting around not being used.

    Would love to discuss purchasing too, if anyone wants to go that route.

    Thanks!
    Did you ever find one?

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    Order the 2" wide head with a 3/8" shaft.
    2" wide 80 grit aluminum oxide with 1/8" perforations.
    You will need a drill or air tool that will keep a steady 1,000 rpm. Too fast will polish the stainless and fray the wheel. Too slow and you will die before you finish.
    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by captainhydrogen View Post
    Order the 2" wide head with a 3/8" shaft.
    2" wide 80 grit aluminum oxide with 1/8" perforations.
    You will need a drill or air tool that will keep a steady 1,000 rpm. Too fast will polish the stainless and fray the wheel. Too slow and you will die before you finish.
    Good luck.

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    I didn't think it was available with a 3/8" shaft. When I bought mine years ago I could only get a 1/2" shaft. Maybe it's changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas R View Post
    I didn't think it was available with a 3/8" shaft. When I bought mine years ago I could only get a 1/2" shaft. Maybe it's changed.
    It was an option last time I bought one. I've been to the factory, and everything is pretty much hand made to order.
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    I got mine with a 3/8" shaft.

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