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Rubi 5/16 in. Porcelain Scoring Wheel

Rubi

5/16 in. Porcelain Scoring Wheel

$9.97 /each

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This high accuracy 5/16 in. (8 mm) manual tile cutter replacement is adaptable to TS, TR, TF and Speed Rubi models (it also fits in other tile cutters). The Tungsten Carbide scoring wheel is specially designed for all types of materials.

  • For wall tiles, floor tiles and porcelain tiles
  • Tungsten carbide scoring wheel with a superficial titanium treatment; high resistance and durability
  • Patented model with new technology Rubi maximum precision and resistant to wear
  • Easy to replace

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What size is this scoring wheel?

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The product title says this is a "3/8-inch" scoring wheel, but the product description below it says this is the "5/16-inch / 8 mm" scoring wheel. So which is it? I want to order a 5/16-inch (8 mm) wheel the same size as the one that came with my Rubi Speed 26-inch tile cutter, but there is no part number on the package it came in..
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Thank you for clarifying the wheel size. However, it is the product title line that needs to be corrected, not the description which is already OK.
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Hello Tuliewill. The size of this scoring wheel is 5/16" (8mm) and it is the same as the one that comes with Speed26 tile cutter. We will change the description right away. Should you have any other question, please let us know. Thanks!
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How to Ajust 8mm scoring weehel on rubi

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Hello Peter. In order to adjust the scoring wheel, you just need to turn the handle left, put the wheel in and turn the handle right to lock it in place. You can see how to do it in second 17 in the following video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VUd0krnW0E). Should you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thanks!
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How to change scoring wheels on rubi tile cutter

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Hello Peter. In order to change the scoring wheel, you just need to turn the handle left, release the wheel, put a new wheel in and turn the handle right to lock it in place. Should you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thanks!
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What is the best scoring wheel for porcelain tile.

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Hello Dave! It all depends on how thick and textured the tile is. The tougher and more textured the tile is, the bigger the scoring wheel you need. Should you have any other question, please let us know.
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