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Old 09-01-2017, 09:22 PM   #1
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LE T3000v2 anyone using one?

I'm about to order my 1st DA after doing my homework for about 2 years!
What with 2 kids my secret savings seem to vanish all the time but I now have enough for a machine and pads and a few extras👍
So, I was all ready to hit the buy button on CYC for the Das6 pro and and spot pad backing plate until I came across the Liquid Elements LE T3000V2.
It looks very nice indeed, can take spot pads, has a 10mm throw and is still just in my budget.
anyone have any views on this machine, I understand it's quite new?


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Old 09-01-2017, 09:38 PM   #2
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I'm about to order my 1st DA after doing my homework for about 2 years!
What with 2 kids my secret savings seem to vanish all the time but I now have enough for a machine and pads and a few extras��
So, I was all ready to hit the buy button on CYC for the Das6 pro and and spot pad backing plate until I came across the Liquid Elements LE T3000V2.
It looks very nice indeed, can take spot pads, has a 10mm throw and is still just in my budget.
anyone have any views on this machine, I understand it's quite new?


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Can it take a spot pad? - it comes with a 5" backing plate, but looks to be the type that will struggle to take a smaller backing plate.
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Apparently yes, it has the standard 5/16th DA fixing and can take a 75mm backing plate

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I suppose these are the type of things I need to find out before I buy hence the reason for posting.
I've been told it will take a spot pad as Ideally I want 1 machine atm due to budget, but I need to know if it's safe with a spot pad and nothing is going to damage my car. I can't find much online in way of reviews yet.

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Following this.
I'm after my first machine for my birthday gift. Was also set on the CYC pro. But this machine looks very interesting. Very similar to OP, I'm after an all in 1 pads and plate machine. Thanks for the heads up on the LE machine. More homework I guess. Birthday not till march so got some time yet


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I may have bought one by then depending on replies here and what I can find out directly so I'll keep you posted👍

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The more I look at this I think it's just a DAS6 Pro plus with a smaller throw?

Just guessing..
hoping someone can chip in maybe?
If I don't here any positive news i'll just go the safe route and get a Das6 pro

ideally this week
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I have LE T3000 CPS (The V1 version), and it does the job. I bought it because it was cheaper than Das6PRo. Its the same machine to be honest. The V2 version is unknown to me unfortunetaly.
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Thats helpful thanks, this is 20 golden nuggets cheaper than the pro plus and as its quite similar I have a feeling its a smaller throw version of this.
I maybe wrong but just a hunch

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Thats helpful thanks, this is 20 golden nuggets cheaper than the pro plus and as its quite similar I have a feeling its a smaller throw version of this.
I maybe wrong but just a hunch

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the pro plus can't take smaller pads but the pro can
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