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Metabo SX E 400 sander & discs

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by David Shombert, May 9, 2020.

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  1. David Shombert

    David Shombert

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    I never use this any more, so it's for sale. Metabo model SX E 400 random orbit sander, uses 3" discs. Discs from grits 80# through 400# are included, along with a couple of the "soft" (they're not all that soft) interface pads. I've had this for probably ten years but I never used it much - two inch discs always seem to be enough for me. REDUCED PRICE: $100 for the whole mess. PayPal is fine, or your personal check is fine, shipping included. This is as low as I'll go; if I can't sell it for $100, I'll just keep it.

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  2. Peter Misiaszek

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    Do you have the dust collection connector for the Metabo?
     
  3. David Shombert

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    Alas, no. I guess I didn't even know there was one. I don't see how it would attach - ??
     
  4. russ stanton

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    I have one of these and the dust collection attaches to the port just under the power cord. I believe that Rockler sells and adapter that mates to this and then to a shop-vac style dust collector.
     
  5. David Shombert

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    Oh, you mean THAT dust collection port..... duh.....
     
  6. Richard Coers

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    Have you always used an interface pad on it? What condition is the velcro pad on the sander?
     
  7. David Shombert

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    As I recall (it's been years), most of the time I preferred to have an interface pad on it. Attached is a photo of the velcro without a pad on it.
     

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  8. Steven Forrest

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    David,

    If it's still available, I would like to get that. Let's talk privately? Thanks,
    Steve Forrest
     
  9. David Shombert

    David Shombert

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    SOLD!
     
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