0850650001762

RIDGID

Model # HD-TAW7024P1

Internet # 202884372

Store SKU # 139057

7 in. 24-Segment Turbo Cup Grinding Wheel

$85.97 /each
  • Level and smooth high spots on concrete surfaces
  • Aggressively remove thin coating materials
  • High-grade diamond segments deliver heavy duty performance

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Product Overview

Use the RIDGID 7 in. 24-Segment Turbo Cup Grinding Wheel with a 7 in. grinder for leveling, coating removal and concrete grinding. This wheel's turbo segment designs helps ensure a smooth grinding finish. Suitable for both dry and wet use.

  • Fits 7 in. grinders
  • 5/8 in. - 11 mm threaded arbor
  • Turbo segment design promotes a smooth grinding finish
  • Suitable for coating removal, concrete grinding and leveling
  • 8,500 RPM maximum
  • Maximum 8,500 RPM
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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
1.875 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Wheel Diameter (in.) 

Details

Application 
Heavy Duty 
Arbor Size 
5/8 in. - 11MM Threaded Arbor 
Power Tool Accessory Type 
Sanding/Grinding/Polishing Accessory 
Power Tool Product Type 
Power Tool Accessory 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Sanding, Grinding and Polishing Accessory Type 
Grinding/Cut-Off Wheels 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 

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How do I securely attach the wheel to the grinder?

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When I put the $85.00 RIDGID wheel on the $140.00 RIDGID grinder I just bought, the wheel does not fit down on the grinder the way it should. When I thread the wheel onto the grinder, it does not leave enough thread to attach and secure the part. What is going on with this?????? I am furious. I have a project to finish. When I go on the RIDGID site, there is -0- information about this product even though the packaging on the grinder wheel tells me to go to your site.
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May 29, 2016
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We're replacing carpeted flooring with stained concrete in our house, so our floors require some grinding. My contracted "cement guy" attached my new RIDGID 7 inch 24-Segment Turbo Cup Grinding Wheel to my new Makita grinder, probably using the method Splitshaft described. (Yes, I bought the tools, since the contractor's tools were not to my liking.) The resulting cement dust was overwhelming our house, Read More
We're replacing carpeted flooring with stained concrete in our house, so our floors require some grinding. My contracted "cement guy" attached my new RIDGID 7 inch 24-Segment Turbo Cup Grinding Wheel to my new Makita grinder, probably using the method Splitshaft described. (Yes, I bought the tools, since the contractor's tools were not to my liking.) The resulting cement dust was overwhelming our house, so I ordered the Makita 7 in. Grinder Dust Shroud to use inline with my existing Dust Deputy and shop vacuum to minimize the dust cloud.
In order to install the Makita 7 in. Grinder Dust Shroud, the grinding wheel must now be removed, which is not as easy as Splitshaft described. My "cement guy" mounted my grinding wheel to my Makita grinder to make a trial grind, and now there's simply not enough clearance to slide a common 1" open-end wrench onto the wheel nut. I'm now looking for a thinner open-end wrench to accomplish this.
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May 17, 2016
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The same way you attach any grinding wheel to the grinder. The grinder is designed to "help" tighten the wheel when activated . In other words when you turn grinder on it actually helps tighten the wheel. However, if it is loose when you start then is will not tighten up properly. Snug it down and get to work.
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Most grinders have a mechanism to lock the arbor. Once the arbor is locked and unable to turn, simply screw the grinding disk onto the threaded arbor and hand tighten. Normal rotation of the grinder arbor during use will keep the disk securely in place. The orange Ridged disk also has flats to tight to the grinder's threaded arbor with a wrench if you feel it necessary. No other nuts or fasteners are Read More
Most grinders have a mechanism to lock the arbor. Once the arbor is locked and unable to turn, simply screw the grinding disk onto the threaded arbor and hand tighten. Normal rotation of the grinder arbor during use will keep the disk securely in place. The orange Ridged disk also has flats to tight to the grinder's threaded arbor with a wrench if you feel it necessary. No other nuts or fasteners are required to secure the orange Ridged disk to a standard 5/8-inch threaded arbor. Read Less
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We do not make or market that grinder accessory, so we have no way of addressing or reviewing this particular situation, for the customer in this Bazaarvoice E-mail.
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What's the UPC #?

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UPC 850650001762 might be created by company, King Diamond, 8833 Flower Road, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Home Depot also lists this diamond grinding cut by UPC #850650001762.
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What 7 inch Turbo cup grinding wheel is more aggressive, the 24 segment, or the 12 segment?

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What 7 inch Turbo cup grinding wheel is more aggressive, the 24 segment, or the 12 segment?
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The more teeth the more aggressive the cut. However the cut is also smoother. It cuts faster but the area where material is removed is smoother. Works excellent for concrete.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome cutting power! Used this for several hours of cutting through extremely hard 45 year old concrete. I was amazed at the cutting ability of this small disk and also by the fact that it does not seem to have dulled any noticeable amount. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Beast Used this to level and feather edges on self leveling cement on patio. This disk is a beast and I mean this in a complimentary way. You'll need a garden hose if outdoors as it generates an enormous amount of very fine concrete dust. A good mask is essential (not the Mickey Mouse cheap mask- you'll need an aspirator type mask) if you can't hose the grinding down. Get a second person to spray while you grind and the job goes super fast. Use a good quality angle grinder. A long extension cord will trip a 15 amp breaker if you're not careful in how much load you place on the grinder. Strong recommendation for this disc. August 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Wheel Purchased this to grind some uneven areas in concrete and it worked better than I would have ever hoped. I thought about renting a machine, but decided to try this first because of the high cost to rent. I hooked this puppy to my old Milwaukee angle grinder and it was awesome. Saved a ton of money and I could do work at my convenience not the rental companies leisure. September 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great concrete grinding wheel I used the grinding wheel to prep a concrete fire ring to be polished. It removed material fast with minimum wear to the wheel. You need a good size grinder to work with the wheel due to its 7" diameter. I used it with water to keep the dust down and was able to get the look I wanted faster than I anticipated. July 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cuts Fast and Smooth I used this to remove 100 pounds of thinset mortar from 150 square feet of concrete floor. This diamond cup disk stayed cool enough to touch after the grinder came to rest using it dry. Cuts fast. Some wear occurred to the leading edge, little wear otherwise. While grinding it sounded like a 24-tooth combination saw blade. This grinding disk operates smooth and produces a fine finish. I could grind the thinset mortar thin enough to see through with this disk. July 7, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product This wheel preformed as expected. Got lots of grinding completed before the teeth were gone September 16, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by ok product when caught in a jam ok product when caught in a jam, this is average product and is workable when needed April 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by amazing i wish i could take a before pic but i will at least put the after we did 4 pumps in 4 hours with this bad boy had many layers of old paint n epoxy be patient n let the grinder do the job dont strain yourself January 19, 2013
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