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T&T rod turner?
Posted by: Rick M. (---.proxy.aol.com)
Date: September 25, 2001 12:40PM

A couple years back I saw an ad for a rod turner for drying finish. It was battery powered by 2 'D' cells and was said to run for up to 20 hours. I cannot remember the name or where I saw it. Anyone know anything about these units or where I might be able to find them? I think the name was T&T or T&D or something similar.

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K&D Turner
Posted by: Russell (---.proxy.aol.com)
Date: September 25, 2001 08:57PM

It's called a K&D turner. I had one but no longer. Do not know if they are still made but with the proper name you may be able to do a search and find them.

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Re: K&D Turner
Posted by: allen (---.ucc.usyd.edu.au)
Date: September 26, 2001 12:58AM

just saw and interesting battery powered drying motor over at the flexcoat site called and RP7 or some such



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Re: K&D Turner
Posted by: jnail (---.unitelc.com)
Date: September 26, 2001 02:15PM

flex coat has one, looks like a flashlite body that takes the big square battery , 6V I beleive, with a motor on top. I am pretty sure that cabela's has them in there tackle craft catalog, but I don't know who else has them.

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