[DML] Re: "Here's what I did." - Stainless Steel Regraining
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[DML] Re: "Here's what I did." - Stainless Steel Regraining



Another way to go (but less portable) is the flexible shaft and
expander wheel from Eastwood. On the expander wheel you can put belts
of Scotch Brite or sandpaper. For power you can hook up a small
fractional horsepower electric motor with a speed control. A lot
lighter in the hands, cooler running, and easier to work around the
car. You put the motor on a dolly so it follows you as you move. No
matter what you use for power it will all come back to experience and
technique. That takes a lot of time to develop and get right if you
want to be able to do work like Chris N. There are no shortcuts. Just
getting the right tools is only a small part of the whole process.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757


-- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "captain_hydrogen"
<captainhydrogen@...> wrote:
>
> First, I would like to apologize for not posting this a few months 
> ago, after the de-paneling event at my house. I have been so busy 
> that I haven't done much of anything DeLorean wise. My write-up was 
> going to be much more eloquent, but time to write is rare. So here is 
> the stripped-down cliff notes version of what I had originally 
> 








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