While I would certainly be open to hearing from others...
Aluminum transfers heat pretty effectively... hence... I wouldn't think
that there's be much of a "concentration" of heat on one side during the
I'd say the main reason not to buff on a wheel... is simply that it's
easy for any object being buffed to be yanked out of your hand.... and
if this were to happen... and it hit the ground... it could be
damaged... by denting, etc...
This said... I did buff mine on a wheel... I was just VERY careful...
and they came out great. I just don't think I'd trust leaving these
things with some buffing outfit...
Brian Borgstede wrote:
> I don't know if this holds water or not, but,
> I was told to NOT polish SU dashpot covers on a
> wheel because the heat cnocentrated on one side
> could warp the cover.
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