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Cordless Sliding Miter Saw, 7-1/2" Blade Dia., Voltage 18.0 Li-Ion, Bare Tool (No Battery)
- Item # 13P060
- Mfr. Model # XSL01Z
- UNSPSC # 27112709
- Catalog Page # 973
- Shipping Weight 37.63 lbs.
- ItemCordless Sliding Miter Saw
- Battery Included / Bare ToolBare Tool (No Battery)
- Blade Dia.7-1/2"
- Bevel0 to 45 Degrees
- No Load RPM2200
- Tool Weight27.5 lb.
- Crosscut @ 45 Deg. H1-1/2"
- Crosscut @ 45 Deg. W8-3/8"
- Crosscut @ 90 Deg. H2-1/16"
- Crosscut @ 90 Deg. W11-3/4"
- Arbor Size5/8"
- Blade TypeCarbide
- Battery IncludedNo
- Battery Pack Replacement4NNN2
- Battery TypeLi-Ion
- Miter Capacity0 to 57 Degrees
- Bevel Capacity0 to 45 Degrees
- Bevel Stops0, 5, 45 Degrees
- FeaturesElectric Brake, Positive Miter Stops at 0, 15, 22.5, 30, and 45
- IncludesTool Only
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - General
Alternate Search Terms
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