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Cordless Cutoff Tool, Bare Tool, 20.0V
- Item # 25DT66
- Mfr. Model # PCC761B
- UNSPSC # 27112704
- Catalog Page # 983
- Shipping Weight 6.85 lbs.
- Item Cordless Cutoff Tool
- Battery Included / Bare Tool Bare Tool
- Voltage 20.0
- Size 4-1/2"
- Max. Wheel Dia. 4-1/2"
- No Load RPM 8500
- Battery Included No
- Cordless Tool Battery Type Li-Ion
- Spindle Thread Size 5/8"-11
- Switch Type Trigger
- Features High-Performance Motor Produces 8,500 Rpm for Aggressive Cutting, Removal and Finishing, Cast Metal Gear Housing Helps Despite Heat During Extended Use, Spindle Lock Allows for Quick and Easy Wheel Changes, 3-Position Side Handle Provides Control In Multiple Positions
- Tool Length 14"
- Tool Weight 3.8 lb.
- Includes Cutting Wheel and Guard, Grinding Wheel and Guard
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