meguiars g110v2 or pc 7424xp

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    i want to get one of these 2 but not sure which one is best? who currently has a better deal on a package with the pads?

    i will mostly use it on my SS to remove swirls and to buff the car. its a black car btw :o
     
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    Interesting. I've still got my G100A (original PC7424) with the lifetime warranty; I wonder if Meguiar's would send me a V2 to replace it? The bearings are starting to go in it anyway, and I use my Flex DA most of the time, but it might be nice to have another more powerful tool around.... :noes:
     
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    I've got the original G110, what makes the v2 better? I see that the power and speed is the same.
     
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    New circuitry increases the torque when pressure is applied.......and it works. There is more OPM's. I will find the specs. There is virtually no vibrations either. New rubber cord is more durable.
     
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    nice man those are some great prices.

    im leaning towards the $249 deal.

    i will still need to order some other color pads like orange correct?

    i saw scottwax video on youtube and saw him using a meguiars DA so i was like if he;s using its gotta be real good.:)
     
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    Yeah. The new G110 is as close to a mini rotary as you can get and keep it safe. If you get that kit, you will need to get a smaller 5" backing plate and some 5.5" LC low profile orange pad. The plate it comes with is designed for the new 7" 2.0 Meg's pads and is to large. I love the 2.0 pads though. Tough as hell and cut well. They are just too big for tighter spots.

    Get some 105/205 and a good sealant like #21 2.0 and you're set.
     
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    thanks man. i will be placing an order on one when i get my tax return.

    you think i should get he 7" megs pads or no? ill be mostly using this on my 2000 camaro ss. if that helps.
    also what qty of those pads that you are recommending should i get? 1 or 2?
     
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    Get the 7" Meguiars pads, along with a smaller backing plate and some low profile 5.5" cutting pads.
     
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    will do
     
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    Lake Country, Surbuff, Erasure all have good orange cutting pads. You will probably need a 4" backing plate.
     
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    well i went ahead and place the order on that kit that i posted from amazon but got it from autogeek.

    will this backing plate be good? its 4-1/4" http://www.autogeek.net/5-inch-rotary-plate.html i also see a 5" and a 3.5" but no 4"

    edit- got a meguiars 5" backing plate that is recommended for 5.5 and 6.5 pads :cool:
     
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