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Husky

Model H4210

Internet #203462127

Store SKU #761286

3 in. Cut-Off Tool

$44.98 /each

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The new Husky air tool line in built to industrial standards for the professional user providing more power, less noise and longer life. This new Husky 3 in. Cut-Off Tool features low weight housing with rubberized handle overmold for comfort. Precision bearings reduce vibration and spindle run-out and internal silencing greatly reduces tool noise. The tool operates at 20,000 RPM. Designed for cutting sheet metal, plastics, composites, siding, auto mufflers, bolts, screws and rivets. The large motor design provides ultimate stall resistance.

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  • 20,000 RPM free speed
  • Precision bearings reduce vibration and spindle run-out
  • Rubberized handle overmold for comfort
  • Built-in silencing reduces noise level

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Cut-off tool often bogs down on even soft metal. Compressor at 90psi. Maybe because I have a short 1/4" hose and need a 3/8 or 1/2"? Also, the adjuster knob... instructions don't say which way to turn to increase/decrease air flow.
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First and foremost you must use a 3/8" hose. The 1/4" hose is not capable of allowing enough SCFM (Volume) of air to the tool. Once you change the hose (3/8" by 25' or 50') before using the tool: Make sure you run the cut-off tool is running full open free speed by the compressor regulator gauge and set the regulator to 90 PSI with the tool running full speed. This will insure that you are getting the Read More
First and foremost you must use a 3/8" hose. The 1/4" hose is not capable of allowing enough SCFM (Volume) of air to the tool. Once you change the hose (3/8" by 25' or 50') before using the tool: Make sure you run the cut-off tool is running full open free speed by the compressor regulator gauge and set the regulator to 90 PSI with the tool running full speed. This will insure that you are getting the full 90 PSI required at the tool. once set, when you let off the trigger the gauge will jump higher but do not adjust as when you pull the trigger it will fall back to 90 PSI. If you are not able to get to 90 PSI based on the above scenario then you need a larger compressor that provides more SCFM per minute. once you achieve the above, I promise the tool will cut through steel like butter!!! Also please use plenty of "air Tool" oil in the air inlet to keep the tool well lubricated and avoid rusting of internal parts. Read Less
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Do they sale wire brush for this?

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No.. I you were to buy the 1/4" Die Grinder H4220/761305 You would be able to inset the wire wheel or anything with a 1/4" collet.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Performance not what I expected air Compressor set up: 20 gal husky 175 psi "quiet" portable compressor with 3/8" 50 ft. hybrid husky air hose with 1/4" quick disconnect fittings and inline filter. Husky cut off tool was purchased to cut off a 2.5" ID steel exhaust piping. I read the reviews and they said it uses air very quickly. Other reviews stated the tool cut through steel like butter. I felt with these reviews and my current air compressor setup, I should have no issue with cutting a 2.5" exhaust tube. It took me roughly 30 minutes to cut through the exhaust tube.. air compressor had to refill twice. It may be my novice skills using a cut off tool as this is my first one but I did manage to get the hang of it towards the back half of the cutting. Because of the protective shield, it was very cumbersome attempting to cut through the upper part of the pipe which is almost flush with the frame of the car. I had to unbolt the pipe at the catalytic converter and pull down to make enough space to fit the tool in there to cut. By the time I was finished cutting, a good 30% of the cutting wheel was gone. If someone were to ask if Id recommend this tool to do exhaust work (on the vehicle), id probably recommend a sawzall for a cleaner and quicker cut. August 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job Only used it a few times, but it cuts. It lacks power for the amount of air it uses. I have an 3hp 120gal Ingersoll and it would keep up but was on way too much for a little cut-off tool. October 21, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works in a pinch It's not the best tool out there, but it sure helped me with a last minute all night metal sheathing job. It's a little slow to work with, but was worth 5 times the price I paid for it September 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by You want one of these? This is the one. Buy it. For the hobbyist or home mechanic, this sure beats a hacksaw or torch in many situations. It does not seem like a cheapie tool at all. Oil it prior to every use, and keep your compressed air dry with a separator. Totally satisfied, and would buy another. May 28, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by gets the job done Works well as long as the compressor can keeps up. High cfm. Good starting level tool. July 16, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good buy nice tool.what you might offer is a eletric cuttoff tool. the advantage to this is obvious ...,no air compressor needed. like most air tool of this type 4cfm is needed. with eletric just a good power cord. still this one is still a good buy... December 27, 2013
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