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Nikota i have the rubber pad and nut but i cant find the sanding disks. not sure the adhesive ones will stay

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SOURCE: New 4" angle grinder does not come with sanding disc pad

You need the 4" rubber pad, Makita Part #743009-6. It can be found on websites like www.ereplacementparts.com.

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When I bought my sander it has what i would describe as a rubber pad onj the sander. Is this the sanding pad?


That sounds right. It is probably the type that uses adhesive backed paper. You stick the paper to the rubber pad.

Jul 14, 2012 | Dewalt DW 411 HAND PALM SANDER

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While the Kurayakyn brake and heel shifter pedal units are high quality and beautiful accessories to boot, I have had problems with losing the rubber pads. Kurayakyn will sell you a set of new ones for just over $20, but I declined on principal- after paying such a premium price for the product, I didn't feel like paying more to correct what I saw as a design/material defect. I have now lost a total of 4 pads ( there are 3 on each of my pedals), and have sucessfully fabricated my own.

I was given a rubber sheet about 3/8" thick, but these can be purchased via tool supply dealers. To make a template, I simply used a sheet of paper, trimming it to the shape of the hole where the lost rubber pad had been. Using this as a guide, I cut my pad out of the sheet wih a utility knife, then shaped the edges on my bench grinder, using a dust mask to avoid breathing the rubber dust. To replicate the grooves of the original, I used my Dremel tool with the small "sawblade" bit to cut the grooves, then a sanding drum to taper and smooth the edges. I also used the drum to rough up the flat side of the pad, to give it better adhesion.

After cleaning both pad and pedal with alcohol, I applied Loctite Outdoor Adhesive (although the label recommends that at least one of the surfaces be porous) to both, and bonded them after about 5 minutes of cure. I then placed a wooden "handscrew" clamp over the parts and let cure overnight. My first repair of one of these was over a year ago, and I have yet to lose one of the ones I replaced!

on Aug 11, 2010 | Motorcycles

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Sandpaper will not stick to pad


Use a quality adhesive backed sanding disk, and clean the pad area with isopropanol/alcohol. This should allow the adhesive disk to stick.
I recommend 3M adhesive disks.

Jan 24, 2010 | Bosch 3107DVS Electric Sanders & Polishers

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Sandpaper will not stick to rubber bed bosch


This is generaly due to previous adhesive buildup on the backing pad OR, the face of the backing pad is breaking down and cracking.There are two ways to handle this. You can try scrubing the crud off the pad (I wouldn't) or, you can get a new backing pad for your sander. At this point, you might want to go with a velcro type pad or hook and loop as they call it (cleaner and no goop). Check your local home depot for pads. If you cannot find one, I would suggest you call Klingspor abrasives Co. They have area reps all over the United States. I know, as I used to be one of them.They carry,.. and will send you pads via UPS. Just make sure you don't try to put a 6in pad on a 5in sander or vice-versa as the pads are weight-mated to the sanders. If you do, you will burn up the motor in your sander rather quickly.

Jan 24, 2010 | Bosch Power Tools Sanders Orbital Sanders

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Sand paper pad no longer holds the sanding disk


If pad is hook and loop style use compressed air or clean nylon brush to clean debris from hooks.If using adhesive backed dics try wiping a little alcohol across the pad surface to clean it.

Jan 09, 2010 | Dewalt DW421 5'' orbital sander

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I just recieved a reconditioned XL330-S and wonder if the soft rubber disc on the back of the mounting bracket is supposed to be mounted on the windshield? If so how, it doesn't have any adhesive on it.


its not suppose to have any adhesive on it. not sure with one (mount ) tomtom gave you with your unit (they have a few differant ones) but if its the one that looks like the one pictured below, you just press it on the windshield(make sure its good and clean)

that is absolutely the worst mount them make, normally they wont stay on long and your gps will fall off and hit the floor and most likely damage it.

you should of gotten a black plastic disk to use to put under the mount for good adhesion .

bill

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Dec 08, 2009 | Tomtom One XL GPS Receiver

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Sand paper keeps slipping help


I don't know what type of sander you are speaking about it just says generic ALL PORTER CABLE SANDERS. You got to be a little more specific. If it is a disk sander use 3M disk adhesive. It is a contact cement. spread some on the rubber backing disk with your hand, let dry then apply the sanding disk. After the disk is clogged, peel it off and apply another disk. when the adhesive won't hold anymore disks, re-apply the adhesive.

Oct 23, 2009 | Porter Cable Tools & Hardware - Others

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I can't get the sandpaper to stay on the pad.


It sounds like you need to replace the backing pad on the sander. Over time the velcro (hook & Loop) on the backing pad will loose its stick. A Bosch service cneter can supply you with a new one, just let them know which model you have. If its an adhesive back sanding pad the same thing applys just get a new one. Hope this helps

Apr 11, 2009 | Bosch Power Tools Sanders Orbital Sanders

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Hook and loop pad


Try the amazon, here: Amazon com Makita hoop loop. Wish you best of luck. Cheers
Fred

Mar 25, 2009 | Makita BO5010 5" Random Orbit Sander

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Orbital sander flicking the sand paper off


You did not specify how the sanding discs are meant to be attached to your sander's backing pad.  My experience with this type of problem is material from the sanding process builds up on the backing pad and does not allow the sanding discs to adhere properly.  If you have a velcro type system, clean the hooks on the sander's backing bad by soaking the pad's face in a plate of paint thinner for 20 to 30 minutes then use a wire brush to remove the rest of the paint physically.    For adhesive pads clean the sander's backing pad surface with denatured alcohol.  Do not use isopropryl or rubbing alcohol as this may not be 100% alcohol and could contain a lubricant like glycerin.  When the sander's backing pad is completely dry and clean it will hold adhesive backed pads fine.    Flaky paint is best scraped off before sanding, use a wide putty knife or a paint scaper to remove large flakes before sanding.  This will minimize airborne dust and cleanup.    For best results with adhesives, always keep your surfaces  clean!    Good luck and happy sanding!  Michael Mittelsdorf   

Jan 07, 2009 | Bosch Power Tools Sanders Orbital Sanders

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