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Milwaukee

Model 6088-30

Internet #203410166

Store SKU #470080

15 Amp 7/9 in. Large Angle Grinder with Trigger Lock-On Switch

$159.00 /each
  • 6,000 RPM- optimal wheel speed for material removal
  • High overload protection and power for difficult applications
  • 7 in. & 9 in. Type 27 Guard Included-for added productivity

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Designed for heavy-duty use in demanding conditions, this 15 Amp, 4.2 HP large angle grinder from Milwaukee maintains speed under load to power through tough jobs. Undeterred by industrial-grade materials, this 7/9 in. grinder produces up to 6000 RPM with enhanced circuitry to prevent overloading or overheating. A vibration-inhibiting side handle affords users with stability and leverage to conquer toilsome cutting and grinding tasks. Keep this machine in running mode with a trigger-positioned lock-on switch.

  • Outfitted with baffles to minimize debris and maximize airflow
  • Perform up keep on brushes via easily-accessible external doors
  • Guard is burst-resistant and adjusts without tools
  • Includes type 27 guard, flange and spanner wrench for sanding-disc installation
  • 5-year limited warranty
  • Tool free, burst resistant guard-quickly adjust the guard without a tool
  • 7 in. and 9 in. type 27 guard included-for added productivity
  • Includes: (1) 6088-30 15 Amp 7 in./9 in. large angle grinder with lock-on, (1) flange, (1) side handle, (1) spanner wrench, (1) type 27 guard
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can i put a dust shroud on this grinder

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August 2, 2016
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If you are grinding anything that produces dust, a dust shroud is a necessity!
Buy the one made exclusively for your grinder.
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February 15, 2016
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7" Universal Surface Grinding Dust Shroud 49-40-6105 would be a better choice
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February 2, 2015
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Yes, you can use the universal dust shroud (model number 49-40-6100)
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Does this have the 9-Position rotating main handle

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Does the handle rotate?
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Sure does. It comes as part of the package along with the Flat disk backer and some sandpaper.
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May 22, 2015
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No this specific large angle grinder does not have a 9 position rotating handle. However the 15-Amp 7/9" Roto-Lok Large Angle Grinder (6089-30 and 6089-31) offer this feature.
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Can this grinder be used with a flat disk?

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June 29, 2016
Is the disk backing plate and lock nut comparable with FLAT disks. The description says type 27 which are depressed center disks. I want to use this grinder with a flat diamond cutoff wheel which means the grinder must have a backing/lock system compatible with flat disks.
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You can order the Milwaukee 48-80-0822. It is a 7 in. 36 Grit Sanding Disk that comes with 5 disks per package.
Get twice what you THINK you need if you are working with concrete.
You can always return unused full packages for credit!
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I am interested in purchasing one of the grinders listed below as a Christmas gift. Can they use the same size grinding wheels? I would like to purchase a few different wheels for different projects (ie. fine sanding vs heavy duty grinding). Which wheels do you recommend to go with the grinders? Also, what is the difference in roto-lok and lock on switch? Thanks!
Milwaukee 15 Amp 7/9 in. Large Angle Grinder with Trigger Lock-on Switch
Milwaukee 15 Amp 7/9 in. Roto-Lok Large Angle Grinder
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Hi FlagHag, if you compare both of these side by side, their identical, with the exception of the model# 6089-30 has a handle that can rotate, allowing you to change positions while using the grinder. They both will take the same size wheels. Triggers are in the same place and lock the same on both tools
Grinding wheels, you can use Milwaukee # 49-94-7015, 49-94-7025, 49-94-7085. Also there are several Read More
Hi FlagHag, if you compare both of these side by side, their identical, with the exception of the model# 6089-30 has a handle that can rotate, allowing you to change positions while using the grinder. They both will take the same size wheels. Triggers are in the same place and lock the same on both tools
Grinding wheels, you can use Milwaukee # 49-94-7015, 49-94-7025, 49-94-7085. Also there are several backing pads for sanding.
You can use 16,24,& 36 grit for heavy duty removal of material. Use 50, 60, or 80 for medium, and use 120 for fine finishing. Check out Milwaukee catalog for all of the sanding disc available. Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Always Buy the Best for the Hard Jobs This Grinder is a beast! I equipped it with the Dewalt 7 inch diamond grinding head, and Milwaukee dust collector (You MUST use a good dust collector & a very good Shop-Vac vacuum because the dust is carcinogenic, and a cloud of it will infiltrate everything in your garage and in your house, no matter if you use plastic sheets or not). I needed to smooth down all the flaws I had left in my garage floor resurfacing job. The surprise is that I resurfaced with Home Depot's Cement-All product (pricey, but very permanent) and that stuff is like marble to smooth out. My Porter-Cable Belt Sander with a 36 grit belt barely touched it, and it ate four belts before I used the Milwaukee Grinder. The Milwaukee Grinder ate that Cement-All for breakfast! It also leaves a nice "whirl" finish. If you want glass-smooth, you'll have to rent a stand-up with a polishing wheel. Caution, This model draws 15 Amps, so you need to use a relatively unloaded electrical circuit. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EXCELLENT We use it in heavy-duty metal working and masonry (two and two). It's powerful, it runs smooth, it handles 9" Ø. Only caveat I see is for small spaces, but we whip out our 6147-30 mini-grinder for those cases. March 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Workhorse does the job I've used various 7" grinders before, and this is my favorite so far. The front handle can be positioned 3 ways for jobs at various angles. I've used this where clouds of dust were thrown up, and it doesn't seem to mind at all. It does not get overly hot, which is nice. It has all the power I need for concrete or metal grinding. I've also cut bricks/blocks with it. The only wish I have is that Milwaukee made a dust collector cover specifically for this grinder. If they do, I haven't found it yet. It would be a great addition. August 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by hold on to your hat this is a brute i was looking at chop saws but i don't have the space to keep one.i needed a cut off tool.there are times a plasma cutter is to big or not portable this fit the bill ..with power to spare!!! THIS IS NO TOY band aids won't fix it if this ever gets away from you August 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by You better have muscles to use this tool Time to teach my son but my 45 year old Milwaukee has no guard. time to upgrade, I made the right choice. August 9, 2013
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