I suspect that you have not had trouble with the side loading of
the saw motor. I thought that I had seen these things somewhere...I'm
glad that my memory isn't too far gone <g>.
I bought some special tacky glue from Sears several years ago.
It's called Sanding Disk Adhesive I think. Gob it on and let
it dry, then apply the disk. The stuff allows the worn disk
to be removed quite easily. I have used it on a 4"
rubber disk, but I expect it would work for a metal disk as well.
Perhaps self-adhesive disks shouldn't be used with this product.
--- Elton Clark <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have a 10" one that Sear's sold 15 years ago . . It was made for glue-on
> sandpaper rings which had about an 6" inner diameter and a 10" outer . . .
> It did fabulous work: edge sanding wood stock. A minor irritant was that
> the heat bonded the paper firmly to the disk and it was no fun to scrape
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