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Craftsman  Dual Action Sander

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Reg Price: $69.99
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Specifications & Dimensions

Dimensions and Capacity:
Pad Size: 6 in.
Tool Air Inlet Size: 1/4 in.
Tool Min. Hose Size: 3/8 in.
Product Overview:
RPM: 10000
Tool Type: Sander

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Convenient large lever throttle for precise speed control. 3/16 in. orbital stroke at 10,000 rpm rapid material removal and a fine, smooth finish. Built-in air regulator matches tool speed to the job.

Balanced nylon head design provides durability and helps reduce vibration and fatigue. Flexible 6 in. sanding pad flexes at edges to maneuver in tough spots and prevent surface scoring. Good for sanding, finishing, rust removal, and sharpening. 10-1/2 in. length. 3/8 in. recommended hose size. 4 cfm average air consumption. 1/4 in. NPT air inlet. 60 to 90 PSI maximum operating pressure.

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Added on July 26, 2010

 

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8 Reviewers (62.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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Mr-Mac
Jul 20 , 2011
Craftsman Dual Action Sander

Fired it up for the first time tonight with a 60 grit paper on it and I love it!  It works flawlessly and will remove paint like it was going out of style!

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Smokedtires
May 10 , 2010
Don't waste your time or money!

Bought this sander to sand my car for repaint.  After about 5 hours of working great the guts came apart and the disk arbor fell out.  I returned it to Sears with my reciept and they exchanged it with no problem.  Went home got about 3 hours on this one before this one came apart.  Its now going in the trash and I am researching my next purchase before the next one so I can continue my project.

 

Patrickmchapman

San Leandro, CA

Oct 30 , 2013
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Consumes more than the claimed 3.1 CFM, more like 8 CFM

I bought the sander because the ones I have consume more CFM than my twin cylinder 110 volt compressor puts out, which is 7.2 CFM. Supposedly the sander only consumes 3.1 CFM, it consumes more like 8 CFM as do most dual action sanders. The sander was delivered to me today (10-28-13) I will be returning it to Sears in the morning. The part that annoys me the most is the video where the guy plainly states: Make sure your compresor puts out the required 4 CFM, the sander won't run on 4 CFM. A total misrepresentation by Sears. This is the third time this has happened to me with Sears, the first time was a pair of shoes that were supposed to be all leather, they turned out to be all plastic, the second time was a jacket that fell apart when I washed it, they wouldn't return my money. I'm not shopping at Sears anymore.


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rangerdanger

Tampa, FL

Oct 30 , 2013
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air time

With the craftsman dual action sander no job is to small or to big . With quality construction and light weight which all makes the job easier . The handle is just the right size for comfort on long jobs .

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Bugzuki

Monroe, WA

Oct 30 , 2012
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Head bolt failure

I have had this sander for a couple years but have only used it a couple times. I used it for a couple hours on the roof of a VW Squareback and now on my Miata project. While sanding the tiny bolt that holds the sander head sheard off. The bolt threads are stuck in the motor shaft. Craftsman only guarantees this unit for 1 year, so they would not repair it for me. 

I tried various means to get the bolt out, but it was stuck solid. When I tried drilling the bolt out I found that the motor shaft was much softer than the bolt so the drill eat into the shaft. So, it is ruined. Now I have to buy a new 70 dollar sander for a 20 cent bolt. It would have been great if the motor shaft would have had splines. Then, the undersized bolt would not be in shear all the time.


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therabbithole

Columbus, OH

Mar 11 , 2012
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better than you might think...

I've only used this for about a half hour, total, but can say that the important thing about this sander is that its claim about air consumption - only 3.1 SCFM - seems close to the mark. Very surprising for a DA sander. I put it on a small 2HP compressor and it actually almost keeps up! The body feel pretty solid (though for whatever reason, Craftsman's decals never stay on? The sticker was already half-peeled-off right out of the box. That bit feels really, really cheap.) The regulator knob isn't very intuitive either, and the manual is almost completely worthless. Nothing here about the air inlet (yes, 1/4", but is it tapered or straight thread?), and no indication whatsoever of how to use the regulator. Only 8 pages, one of which is a schematic that looks like a bad photocopy, two of which are warnings on how not to kill yourself (because we're all idiots), 1 1/2 of which are instructions for plumbing your shop with hard piping (really?). Another half-page on warranty specs, and I'm left thinking I'd have a better overall feeling if they hadn't even included the manual. But beyond that - and maybe if there was a better manual I could have known this before I purchased it - it's only a random orbital, not a dual MODE sander, which means you can't lock it in for more aggressive work. So it's mostly fine - just really poorly documented.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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shrek321

Manila, AR

Dec 28 , 2011
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Craftsman Dual action sander

I have buffed out two vehicles with it and it works great! Mind your fingers though; I let my index finger hang a bit and the piece that locks the shaft for pad replacement wacked it pretty good. I bought a 3M 9" base pad with hook and loop holder, what's ashame is 4 foam pads and the base cost double than the tool. It powers a 9" pad with no problems.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Mr-Mac

Harrisburg, IL

Jul 20 , 2011
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Craftsman Dual Action Sander

Fired it up for the first time tonight with a 60 grit paper on it and I love it!  It works flawlessly and will remove paint like it was going out of style!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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BearMD

Burbank, CA

May 13 , 2011
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The Craftsman Dual Action Sander is very effective & comfortable

I needed a replacement for my old Florida Pneumatic DA sander. I didn't want to buy a 'no-name' sander so I looked to Craftsman. It has low air consumption but plenty of power when I used it in orbital and rotary modes. The air regulator knob was a bit too tight to turn, otherwise I would have given it an 'Excellent" rating; this is probably a manufacturer variation. I experienced no fatigue when using the sander. The sander gave a very nice finish to the bodywork I was performing. It is not too loud, which is a nice feature, since my old sander was pretty loud. Overall, I was very happy with this purchase.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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sleepa86

Poughkeepsie, NY

Oct 4 , 2010
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Great for the price

Works great.  Good power. Does use a lot of air, but it is adjustable.  The hand position offers good control and I found it easy to use and maneuver.

 

 


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RangerKip

Wellsboro, PA

Jun 22 , 2010
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The dual action sander works great on vehicles!

Works nicely, smooth running, only downside is the availability of the 6" sand pads.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Smokedtires

Baldwinsville, NY

May 10 , 2010
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Don't waste your time or money!

Bought this sander to sand my car for repaint.  After about 5 hours of working great the guts came apart and the disk arbor fell out.  I returned it to Sears with my reciept and they exchanged it with no problem.  Went home got about 3 hours on this one before this one came apart.  Its now going in the trash and I am researching my next purchase before the next one so I can continue my project.


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