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#182485 - 11/28/08 01:27 PM Arlington # fsc3227r
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Has anyone used the Arlington fsc3227r on plaster and lathe? How does it work, ok?
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#182537 - 11/30/08 05:54 PM Re: Arlington # fsc3227r [Re: HCE727]
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They look slick but you need an apprentice wallplate to cover it when your done. Use a Carlon super box and a angle grinder with a diamond wheel and a vacuum and it's quick and easy. But it's a little bit dusty.
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