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#1 posted 02-15-2017 02:19 AM

Only my opinion but…
For grinding I always have the wheel rotating towards me. For gouges you stop as soon as you see sparks running down the flute. With the wheel reversed you don’t know exactly when it is sharp and tend to grind away more steel than necessary.
I do have a Cratex wheel (rubberized) in one location and of course it must run in reverse to keep from digging in the same as a sanding belt.

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