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Florida Pneumatic FP-759R-2, 1/4" Angle Die Grinder
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Florida Pneumatic FP-759R-2, 1/4" Angle Die Grinder

Item #: WBB236844

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Price: $ 117.95

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1/4" Angle Die Grinder

  • 25,000 RPM
  • Heavy Duty Ball Bearing Construction and Bevel Gears
  • Compact Design
  • Rear Exhaust

Product Specifications

    • BRANDFlorida Pneumatic
    • DESCRIPTIONAngle Die Grinder
    • HORSE POWER1/3
    • CHUCK1/4"
    • WEIGHT LBS1.3
    • HOSE SIZE I.D3/8"
    • RPM25,000
    • AIR INLET NPT1/4"
    • TOOL TYPEGrinders

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25,000 RPM?

Your review: I am happy with the procuct I got. My only dissapointment is that I REALLY wanted a 25,000 RPM tool, which is what this is advertised as on the website. when I received my five grinders they were all 20,000 RPM ( FP-759R-2 same part#). When polishing aerospace aluminum you need the max. RPM posiible, it makes a huge difference. Had I known this tool was a 20,000 RPM model I would have never purchased it.

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The product is advertised to run at 25000 rpm but the customer review I read stated it is only 20000 rpm. Could you please find out which rpm rating this tool FP-759R-2 does carry? It really does make a difference depending on what material you are working with. Thanks

Question Asked By: Glenn , April 03, 2015

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