I'm looking to replace my Eastwood 10" 1 HP dual speed buffer with a Baldor (my Eastwood has broken two times already). I've got a bunch of new 10" wheels that I bought right before it broke most recently (of course), and I'd rather not have them go to waste. Baldors are beasts, but I'm wondering if it's possible to run 10" wheels on a Baldor made for 8" wheels at 1800 RPM with 1 HP, as they're cheaper than their 10" options, and there's sometimes more 8" buffing wheel options than 10". I know centrifugal force quadruples as you increase diameter, making things less safe, but I'm wondering how much that influences a small 2 inch jump running at just 1800 RPM. Any insights?