Eastwood Contour SCT Narrow Finishing Wheel 120 Grit

Access tight spaces with your Contours SCT that you never could before.

Eastwood Contour SCT Narrow Finishing Wheel 120 Grit- EW32492

When working with the Contour SCT, sometimes there is just not enough room to get the 4 inch wide drum close into the corners of what you are working on. With the Contour SCT Narrow Face Wheel System, you now have the ability to get deep into corners or odd body curves to complete your project. Simply choose what position you want the wheel to be placed (Left, Middle or Right) by installing the Aluminum spacers and the wheel in the correct order.

NOTE - Contour SCT Narrow Wheels require the EW32490 Wheel Spacer Set to work properly.

Instructions

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Safety

Always wear all proper personal protecion equipment when using this type of tool. Never attempt to replace a SCT Drum with unit plugged in. Make sure to fully read and understand the instruction manual for this tool before use

Contour SCT Drum Buyers Guide - Multi-Use Tool for Removing Rust, Stripping Paint & Polishing Metal

No matter what the project, the Contour SCT has a drum right for you! This video goes over all the drums available for the Contour SCT and what they are best used for! .

  • Abrasive disc - does what you expect
    Just used to quickly clean off a 2" x 2" box tube surface of rust. works well with the SCT tool to quickly remove it all - just as you'd expect. (much quicker than using an angle grinder and a 4 1/2" equivalent disk!)
  • Great product aggressive stripper
    Tool is awesome this drum is grate Iv got one when I bought it can't ever get another one. Sure wish I could go to at store and buy the consumables or the where In stock more often. 50 bucks is pretty high priced for a sanding drum. I wore it out pretty fast