|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.4 x 1.8 x 4.2 inches|
|Item model number||CT7-1-3/4|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Champion CT7-1-3/4 Tungsten Carbide Tipped 1-3/4-Inch Hole Cutter-1-Inch Thick Metal
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- Special Tungsten Carbide Teeth with One Piece Construction
- Removeable Ejector Spring, Replaceable Pilot Pin and comes with Safety Collar Stop
- Maximum cutting depth of 1"
- Cuts thick steel plate and pipe, ductile, iron, aluminum, copper, cast iron, stainless steel, FRP(fiberglass) hardiboard and plastics (PVC & Conduit)
- Applications include: Junction/Switch Boxes, Metal Studs, Electrical Appliances, Lighting Fixtures, Auto Body Repair, Truck/Trailer Frames, Ductile Pipe
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- Diameter: 1-3/4"
- Shank: 3/8"
- Perfect Portable Tool For The Professional Electrician, Plumber, Mechanic And Contractor
- Productive Tool That Is A Cost Effective Alternative To Bi-Metal Holesaws
- For Cutting Steel Plates, Iron, Aluminum, Copper, Cast Iron, Stainless Steel, FRP And Plastics
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Top Customer Reviews
On this batch 2 teeth popped on all units around 200 holes or so. Two teeth gone and you get chatter and a goofy hole which does not work well a commercial product. 5 Stars on all my other cutters purchased at about $10.00 more locally. Another brand with four cutter is holding up O.K. to date but have not put it thru the paces yet.
A little expensive, but I guess that is what you pay for quality.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We used this for 5 holes and already dull. Cut on low speed as they state you must........I was not impressed. Used it for 1/4 steel plate ?Published 11 days ago by Chris C.
Well made and excellent for cutting holes in aluminum and steel.Published 3 months ago by Eric J. Miller
Excellent tool! It throws hot metal chips so beware when cutting vertical or overhead holes. Also, a certain finesse is required when breaking through material (you can easily... Read morePublished 3 months ago by D. L. USMC
Best available Durable and as close to true circular hole as possible without a millPublished 5 months ago by Houston Murphy
We have a tri-axle dump truck that we were changing the axle on and had to drill new holes. We've done this before and bought out almost every drill bit in our area and all of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kelli T. Wingard