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Robert

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#1 posted 11-28-2016 03:17 PM

You found the problem. I will add:

1. I agree you only need to flatten the first couple inches.

2. make sure your stones are flat & reflatten every so often during the process. And be sure whatever you’re flattening with is flat!! I bought a Norton flattening stone only to discover IT WASN’T FLAT!!

3. Like Bondo, I keep dropping grits until I get it flat – all the way to 100 grit if needed.

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