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Ingersoll Rand Angle Air Sander - 7in. Dia. Pad, 8 CFM, 5000 RPM, Model# 313

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This Ingersoll Rand angle air sander lets you work faster on light- and heavy-duty sanding jobs, including roughing body filler, removing rust and smoothing welds. Vacuum Ready No, Spindle Size in. 5/8 x 11, Tool Weight lbs. 4.2, Pad Diameter in. 7, Random Orbital No, Case Included No, CFM at Load 23, Min. Hose Size in. 3/8, Air Consumption CFM 8, Side Handle Yes, Speed RPM 5,000, Air Inlet Size in. NPT 1/4. Heavy-duty motor Lightweight Ball-bearing construction for long life
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how is the buffing pad attached?

I know some just use elastic to stretch over the black backer, or does it have a metal nut that holds the pad on.
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The sander has a threaded arbor, that uses a flange nut.
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