6" Straight Grinder (5/8" Collet)
A coated spindle housing make this heavy duty, Milwaukee straight grinder comfortable to hold on to while delivering an extra heavy duty 15 amps of power and 5500 rpm. Equipped with a hinged face plate with wing nut fasteners for easy wheel changes, this tool can accept up to 6" resinoid bond wheels. Wire brushes can also be attached for cleaning rust from work surfaces, as well as buffing wheels for polishing. An impact absorbing tool rest is provided so that the tool can be set down safely as the wheel coasts to a stop. The spindle is 5/8" for use with industry standard accessories for the rated diameter capacity. This tool can be converted to a tuck point grinder by purchasing the appropriate guard and type 1 wheel.
- 15 AMPs
- 5500 RPM
- 6" Diameter
- 120 AC Volts
- 9' Cord Included
- 22" Long
- Includes 6" Diameter Straight Grinder, Grinding Wheel, Wheel Guard, 1-1/16" Wrench, and Spanner Wrench
- 5/8" Hole Diameter
- 5 Year Warranty
Since its founding in 1924, Milwaukee has focused on a single vision: To produce the best heavy-duty electric power tools and accessories available to the professional user. Today, the Milwaukee name stands for the highest quality, durable and reliable professional tools money can buy.
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This Milwaukee item can also be referenced by the following color/finish specific model #:
- Milwaukee 5243
*Discontinued model or finish
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