When those tight and intricate areas need the power of Big Foot!
12mm stroke random orbital polisher for serious paint correction
Comfortable and easy-to-hold design for maximum efficiency
For use with 4-inch Rupes polishing pads
The Rupes LHR 75E Mini Random Orbital Polisher is a laser-guided, defect-seeking missile designed to target, then eliminate, paint defects with precision. This large-stroke mini polisher makes the once-tedious job of spot repair and intricate polishing a pleasure. Like all “Big Foot” Polishers, the Rupes LHR 75E Mini Random Orbital Polisher retains the benefits of traditional DA polishers while offering a tremendous increase in polishing power.
Like the other polishers in the Rupes Big Foot lineup, the Rupes LHR 75E Mini Random Orbital Polisher is a large-stroke dual-action polisher with a twist. The free-spinning, large-stroke design of the Mini gives it the ability to polish paint much faster than other “DA” polishers, which reduces the risk of overheating the paint, slicing through an edge or creating swirl marks. However it has been designed and optimized for use with 4-inch polishing pads, giving you fast and powerful polishing results in places were other powerful machines cannot reach.
The Rupes LHR 75E Mini Random Orbital Polisher is perfect for tight areas as shown above on a 1955 Ferrari 250 Europa.
In the not-so-distant past, correcting severe paint imperfections such as deep scratches and oxidation required a high-speed rotary polisher and a high level of skill. The Rupes LHR 75E Mini Random Orbital Polisher gives users of all skill levels the ability to correct paint defects quickly from the tightest areas, while maintaining the safety features inherent to a random orbital polisher. Rupes engineered the Mini to be perfectly balanced when used with Rupes foam or microfiber pads as well as their highly-effective correction compounds.
Compared to most dual-action polishers which feature a 8mm (5/16 inch) stroke or throw, the Mini gets its polishing power from an impressive 12mm throw. For each orbit the polishing pad makes, the Rupes LHR 75E Mini Random Orbital Polisher moves the polisher 50% further, dramatically reducing the amount of time needed to correct paint. The Rupes LHR 75E Mini Random Orbital Polisher's large throw and impressive 400-watt motor ensure fast paint correction. Because it is a dual-action random orbital polisher, it will never create swirl marks so you can achieve a perfect finish in less steps.
Unlike its bigger Big Foot brothers, the LHR 15ES and LHR 21ES polishers, the Mini features a traditional random orbital body. This ergonomically designed polisher features a thumb operated on/off switch and a speed dial for precise control. With its non-slip rubber inserts on the front cover, the Rupes LHR 75E Mini Random Orbital Polisher is easy to control in difficult-to-reach areas. The Anti-Spinning Shroud prevents the pad from over-rotating when lifted from the paint, for improved safety and longer pad life.
Never before has so much polishing power been designed specifically for spot correction or polishing tight areas. The Rupes LHR 75E Mini Random Orbital Polisher features the same powerful motor and features as the Rupes LHR 12ES Duetto Random Orbital Polisher, but the entire machine has been optimized for use with 4-inch polishing pads. The Mini is extremely balanced and easy to use. Bumper lips, tight body lines, creases, around emblems and door handles, around trim, and along vents or scoops are now easy to access and even easier to polish. The Rupes LHR 75E Mini Random Orbital Polisher puts the power of Big Foot in your hands so you can polish away paint defects no matter where they are.
1 year warranty
Made in Italy.
Additional discounts are not applicableUpgrade to the Rupes LHR 75E Heavy Duty!The HD model has a heavy-duty, all-rubber 25 foot power cord hardwired into the polisher.
The longer cord is more convenient than an extension cord and it is gauged to deliver maximum power to the polisher for safe, efficient operation. The standard cord is 11 feet long. Select the HD model from the drop-down menu at the top of the screen.