|Item Weight||5.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.4 x 7.5 x 3.9 inches|
|Item model number||H6265|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Grizzly H6265 4 Jaw Wood Chuck, 1-Inch
|Price:||$136.94 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- This 4-jaw self-centering chuck with dovetailed jaws is great for small bowl and plate turning and features jaws that grip by clamping around the work
- The minimum diameter required for clamping around the work piece is 1-1/4-Inch and the minimum diameter required for expansion is 1-13/16-Inch
- Includes t-handled wrenches wood screw point and machined chuck lever
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This chuck has over 2" inches jaw travel doubling the size range of what you can chuck on without having to change jaws all the time. And there is no gap in what their different jaws will hold. Even better, there's plenty of over lap in their size range. One other thing that I really like about this chuck is its handle turns the right way, clockwise, to tighten it!Read more ›
It's a bit bigger than the PSI Woodworking CSC3000C Barracuda and weighs more. It also has an indexing plate on the back side. The jaws are not compatible with the Barracuda chuck.
I think I must have researched every one of the available 4-jaw wood chucks out there before settling on this Grizzly 3-3/4" H6265 model. The ads don't do justice to describing what a good deal this chuck is. The thing that Grizzly can't advertise is that this chuck is a virtual DUPLICATE of the Vicmarc VM100 chuck, except for minor sacrifice of fit-and-finish and brand name. But, it's darn well made for a China knockoff. And the price is only about 1/3 of the VM100. When it arrived I was pleasantly surprised at its solid look and feel. After using it am very pleased with its performance and overall quality. It's certainly not the slickest chuck made, nor tops in features, but it's definitely got them all beat in terms of what-you-get vs. what-you-pay -- much more than anything else in its class. I am not a gear-snob and not too proud to buy Chinese copies. I just like to get good tools that do the job, with value that equals or exceeds the price. That's what cinched the deal for me - I believe I ended up with a $300+ value of chuck and 3 jaw sets for my investment of much much less. I'll be spending that savings on another one of these so I can switch jaws less often. Grizzly presently only sells two extra jaw sets for it, BUT all the jaws that will fit the V100 and other compatibles will mount perfectly on the Grizzly. The chuck back is solid steel and has drilled index holes. It is the "fully enclosed" design, unlike some higher-priced models where shavings can collect in the gearing. Adjustment is with standard hex allen wrenches. It is threaded for the European/Down-Under M33x3.5 mount, with heavy duty thread adapters to take it to any of the popular lathe spindle sizes. The only difference between Grizzly's several "models" of this chuck is what adapter is supplied. Can you tell by now that I like this chuck ???
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great chuck for making bowls. Well built, and easy to use.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is the second 4-jaw chuck of this type that I have bought from Grizzly. I think they're a great chuck for the price. Read morePublished on September 10, 2012 by Marvin Fretwell