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4" Arbor Mount Flap Disc, Type 27, Zirconia Alumina, 120 Grit, 5/8", Heavy Duty
- Item # 6NX66
- Mfr. Model # 6NX66
- UNSPSC # 31191506
- Catalog Page # 3350
- Catalog Group # H7320
- Shipping Weight 0.1 lbs.
- Overall Disc Type Type 27
- Item Arbor Mount Flap Disc
- Disc Type Type 27
- Disc Dia. 4"
- Grit 120
- Grade Fine
- Mounting Size 5/8"
- Abrasive Material Zirconia Alumina
- Series Heavy Duty
- Backing Material Fiberglass
- Max. RPM 15,280
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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