Old 02-05-2002, 10:47 PM
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marvi
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team cobra pro comm lathe - ive been using this for over 3 years with no problems. i recently replaced my carbide bit. i got it for $99 from tower. for a little more $, you can get a cobra lathe with a diamond bit, although i think beginners should first learn to cut with a carbide bit. about a brush serrating tool, im using one made by racetech. its a separate unit. i havent seen the one you described. i got it used for only $10 with motor. i think its less than $15 new but you need a drive motor. i mainly use this to break in new brushes and to reserrate old brushes for reuse on practice motors. the downside is the serrations are not as deep as the serrated brushes that you can buy.
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