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  • cactusman
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    If they are still around..check out

    https://www.woodworkingshop.com


    They also go by Klingspor's
    1-800-228-0000


    I have no monetary interest in the company.

    Also visit E-bay

    Cactus Man
    Last edited by cactusman; 05-03-2021, 09:15 PM.

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  • AverageHomeowner
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    On reflection, you're probably right. After looking over the 5" discs, most of them are the "dustless" variety with the holes. And those holes are positioned just about where I would need to trim.

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  • CWSmith
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    As long as you purchased disc's without the suction holes (to match with a sander), you'd probably be okay, but what a waste of time and material. Go to Amazon and do a search of 3-inch hook and loop sanding disc, they're not all expensive for a variety pack. I didn't search for any particular 'grit' but you can probably buy them in selective grits too.

    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=3+hook+an..._1_29_ts-doa-p

    CWS

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  • AverageHomeowner
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    Sanding Discs

    I need an assortment of 3" hook & loop wet/dry sanding discs. Looking at what's available, it appears that 5" is the more common size.

    Can I simply purchase a 5" pack and trim it down to 3"? Sounds simple enough, but I didn't know if I would be doing something really odd?
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