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    I stand corrected

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    You were correct with the first part!!, I just wanted to clarify that last little part.

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    I agree. he musta squandered his $$ and now back to trying to get somebody to listen.

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    I believe that is just an internal grinding process.

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    Metal Spray?

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    looks like bearing race being ground.

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    A ball hone.........balls of carbarundum on long lengths of nylon. The rotor is deliberately set off center so that not the same face of the ball contacts the job.
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    making butter...creamy butter....

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