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Milwaukee Fixtec M14 Angle Grinder Tool-Free Fixing Nut

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Compatible with all manufacturers angle grinders up to 150mm diameter with a standard M14 spindle thread. Offers tool-free disc change in 12 seconds from removing the worn disc to fixing a new one. 8mm thick, enabling more surface of disc on the material.

  • Steel Construction
  • M14 Spindle Thread
  • Disc Changing in Seconds
  • Milwaukee site

About this item
  • Fits all angle grinders with M14 spindle thread up to 150 mm
  • Ideal Product
  • Quick release, tool free angle grinder nut

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  1. little_landy's avatar
    No idea why anyone would buy this
    little_landy's avatar
    Just isn’t needed, just grab the disc and turn it.
  2. Evo_Lution's avatar
    Ordered thank you
  3. MRGRINGO's avatar
    Thank you. Didn't know it existed. Great idea and ordered.
  4. Digiteeruk's avatar
    sadly now OOS but a sincere thank you as I didn’t realise they were a thing !
    Bought a different version of 2 for £7 same idea
    HappyShopper's avatar
    No problem.

    These are still available to purchase albeit with a longer lead time of the end of the month.
  5. davenfish's avatar
    Had one of these for a couple of years.
    Makes things so much easier. Really good.
  6. homebanjo's avatar
    It's true, these are probably not needed - unless you are particularly feeble your current locking nut can easily be undone by hand and reattached. Grab the disk and yank it anticlockwise.

    Worried about the locking nut flying open and off? - The blade spins in opposition to the locking nut so this cannot happen. (edited)
    little_landy's avatar
    Pointless telling them, shiny new thing syndrome I think
  7. LetsTalkTools's avatar
    This type of nut are a pain to use, the twist on type are much better
  8. harlzter's avatar
    Same sort of thing on ali for under £2
    harlzter's avatar
    and they are not worth buying, first time I used it today the twisty bit snapped off
  9. 3LeggedDog's avatar
    Is there anything like this that exists with a male thread? I have a ryobi multi tool which annoys me when I go to change the blades because it's a hex key wrench needed
    PC59's avatar
    Was thinking the same also wondering if the mutitools all share the same hex bolt
  10. Robbie_Jack20204's avatar
    Does this fit makita
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