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woodboys

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The only bad question is one not asked Rodger. I think 150 is about the norm. I believe Lowe's and Home depot both have these. I think at Home Depot it's marked as fine. It doesn't have to be the white stone.
 
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Thanks Billy....didnt think it had to be the white stones....was mostly wondering about grit....have seen 60 60 120 grit stones advertised and wasnt sure which to buy
 

Randy_

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80 or 120 should be just fine. You don't "NEED" to have a colored wheel; but there is a greater possibility of doing heat damage to your tools with the common gray wheel (silicone carbide).
 
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was gonna try to find the white wheels at Lowes or home depot if they have them but if not will get what i can afford......but all is on hold for now til job market opens up again
 
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