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Fein Starlock Triangle Sanding Pads Hook and Loop
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Fein MultiMaster Starlock Standard Triangle Sanding Pads
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Fein Starlock Triangle Sanding Pads Hook and Loop Customer Questions and Answers

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Amazon sells the exact product--however there interior connection is made of plastic, only lasts for 2 minutes, then the teeth chip away. This product is made of metal, correct?

Asked on 08/07/2013 by Undisclosed

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I've had my Fein Multimaster for over 10 years and added some cutting options later. Yes, the attachment points are metal with a hex bolt that holds it in place. The body is plastic, but heavy duty. It also has a very long cord, indicative of this high quality tool. For what it's worth I have a Fein vacuum that's also over 10 years old. I would not live without it, by far the best vacuum out there, light years above the big box store versions.

Answered on 08/15/2013 by BRUCE VIBBERT
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The connection plate is aluminum and backs the entire back of the pad.

Answered on 08/15/2013 by MARK SMITH

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I will double check but I do not recall any plastic in this part. In fact I have never seen a Fein part that was shoddy.

Answered on 08/14/2013 by FARRELL EAVES
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my fein sanding pad doesn't last very long because the triangular points on the sanding pad breaks quite often. what mey be the cause of this?

Asked on 07/31/2012 by Cal fujita

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The problem is the metal backing of the pad is very thin. I have trouble with them bending up so that the pad surface is not flat. It doesn't help if you drop the sander, or it falls off the work bench. The only answer I can think of is a light touch when sanding and let the Fein do the work -- don't force it.

Answered on 08/04/2012 by JAMES ENYART
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Unfortunately, this seems to be a common problem. The only thing I can recommend is to try and use the sides where possible and only use the pointy ends when there is no other choice. It simply wears down quicker than it should IMO.

Answered on 08/02/2012 by JEFFREY BENCIK

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I love my Fein, but I must admit I have similar problems. For me, I tend to wear out the hook and loop surface on the points. Usually it is because I am pushing too hard and not letting the tool do the work.

Answered on 08/03/2012 by KEITH EISENHAUER
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Is this 3" on each side? I can't find any dimensions listed. I have different paper and want to make sure it fits.

Asked on 03/23/2012 by Undisclosed

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3 1/8" nice service.

Answered on 03/23/2012 by THOMAS PERKINS
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Iwould have to meawsure mine and its at the boat shop. I don't think its 3 inclees a side --more like 2 1/4 - 2 1/2. However, you will not be happy trying to fit other paper on a Fein. Bite the bullet and order the Fein paper. It will last a long time and do a good job.

Answered on 03/26/2012 by JAMES ENYART

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3" point to point

Answered on 03/23/2012 by RICK STASAK
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