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Model RC-2375 Ratchet Action Pipe and Tubing Cutter. 1/2" - 2-3/8" Capacity (O.D.)
The New Model RC-2375 Large Diameter Ratcheting Plastic Pipe and Tubing Cutter expands RIDGID®’s product offering for plastic pipe specific tools. The advanced blade design combined with the ratcheting mechanism, work together to reduce the amount of hand force needed to cut through hard plastic material.
A quick-change blade pin enables the user to change blades in a matter of seconds without tools, saving valuable time and increasing productivity. This pin also assures that there will be no lost clips or misplaced screws during a blade change.
With a 23/8" (63 mm) O.D. capacity, the RC-2375 easily cuts plastic pipe and tubing such as PVC and CPVC, as well as PEX, polyethylene, polybutylene and rubber hose.
Durable aluminum construction for heavy duty use
Ergonomic grips on bottom handle are spaced at 1/2" increments to act as a quick pipe measuring scale
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
Ridgid 30088 NA
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
1/2" - 2-3/8"
Can this cutter cut 1 1/2'' pipe?
A. The Ridgid 30088 Plastic Pipe & Tubing Cutter has up to a 2-3/8" cutting capacity.
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