Milwaukee 6370-20 8 13 Amp Metal Cutting Saw

Milwaukee 6370-20 8 13 Amp Metal Cutting Saw

Milwaukee 6370-20 8 13 Amp Metal Cutting Saw

Milwaukee 6370-20 8 13 Amp Metal Cutting Saw. 8 13 Amp Metal Cutting Saw. When you're looking for an affordable saw that cuts faster, cooler and cleaner, look to Milwaukee and their 8 Metal Cutting Saw (6370-20). By shearing the metal, the saw produces burr and scorch-free cutting that doesn't require post-cut finishing, while cool cutting means the material can be handled nearly immediately after a cut.

Dry-cut technology provides faster, cleaner, more affordable metal cutting. Durable blade shield with integral chip tank deflects/collects hot chips and sparks. Plunge lever for fast, effective plunge cuts. Exclusive quick-release shield latch for fast waste disposal and blade changes. Arbor Size (in): 0.625. Blade Wrench Included: Yes - Loose. Cord Length (in): 180.0. External Motor Brush Access: No. Integrated Rafter Hook: Not Featured. Integrated Work Light: Not Featured.

Main Handle Type: Soft Grip. Maximum RPM - No Load: 3700. MFG Model # (Series): 6370-20. Net Tool Weight (lbs): 13.3. Powered Tool Power Source: Electric - Corded.

Preset Bevel Angle Detents (°): Not Featured. Saw Blade Diameter (in): 8 in.

Tool Storage: No Case Included. One (1) 8 Metal Cutting Saw. One (1) Circular Saw Blade.

If an item ships for free to a commercial address it will be noted on the product page. If the item is opened or has been used we reserve the right to refuse return. Toolbarn has been an online tool superstore since 1998. You may also be interested in.. The item "Milwaukee 6370-20 8 13 Amp Metal Cutting Saw" is in sale since Tuesday, January 19, 2016.

This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Tools & Workshop Equipment\Power Tools\Saws & Accessories\Circular Saws". The seller is "toolbarn" and is located in Carter Lake, Iowa. This item can be shipped to United States.


Milwaukee 6370-20 8 13 Amp Metal Cutting Saw


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