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Old 06-09-2008
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so does the eraser wheel just go on a drill???? I'de like to use it to remove my 4x4 Off-Road stickers as well.
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so does the eraser wheel just go on a drill???? I'de like to use it to remove my 4x4 Off-Road stickers as well.
Ya it has a threaded stud stickin out of it like it screws into somethin, the guy at the parts store tried to make me buy somethin to screw it into so it'll work in a drill, you don't need it, I just stuck the wheel into my drill and it worked fine, just made careful not to hit the same spot for a while to burn thru any paint
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