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first or second gen polycaster?

Discussion in 'Fisher Engineering Discussion' started by Jguck25, Aug 4, 2013.

  1. Jguck25

    Jguck25 Senior Member
    Messages: 592

    i am currently looking for a polycaster sander to put into my new truck and i would preferably like to find a used unit which is proving harder than i thought. i did find one that is a 2009 and after a lot of searching i think it might be a first generation. is that something that i should avoid? i wanted a second gen one that is only a couple years old but the ones i have found are only a little cheaper than a new unit with waranty and everything. the 2009 im looking at is only 2k.
     
  2. gtmustang00

    gtmustang00 Senior Member
    from Berlin
    Messages: 747

    Don't get one that has a belt. Get one that uses the chain just like the pro casters do.
     
  3. Jguck25

    Jguck25 Senior Member
    Messages: 592

    ive never used either but i figured the rubber belt would work out nice and not stretch/seize up like the metal ones do.. or are there other downfalls to them?
     
  4. unhcp

    unhcp PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,243

    I know someone with a second gen polycaster looking to sell it