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Steel tube, powder coatedBolt Cutter 18 1/8" Overall Length
- Item # 10U117
- Mfr. Model # 71 72 460
- UNSPSC # 27111512
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 4.75 lbs.
- ItemBolt Cutter
- Handle MaterialSteel tube, powder coated
- Overall Length18 1/8"
- Soft and Med./Hard-Brinnell 300/Rockwell C315/16"
- Hard Materials up to Brinnell 455/Rockwell C483/16"
- Cutting ActionCenter Cut
- Jaw MaterialChrome Vanadium Heavy Duty Steel, Forged
- Grip StyleSturdy, 2 Color, Non Slip Dual Component
- FeaturesReplaceable Bolted Cutter Head, 12 Position Adjustment by cam bolts, ergonomically angled handles to minimize effort. Forged-on stopper with comfortable shock absorber. Cutting capacity up to 48 HRC, cutting edges with approx. 62 HRC. Cushioned ends that don't wear when dropped.
- IncludesReplaceable Head
Compliance and Restrictions
- Item # 6PFE4RIDGID
Price $91.05 / each
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