Milwaukee Fixtec Nut £5.95 Prime / £9.94 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Milwaukee Fixtec Nut £5.95 Prime / £9.94 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Found 4th Apr
Do away with spanners and standard angle grinder nut and use this nut instead, tighten with your hands and away you go.


  • Milwaukee Fixtec Quick Locking Flange Nut.
  • Replaces standard M14 flanges on grinders.
  • Enables fast tool-less disc change.
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Man City's back four could use that.
Sure need to tighten up!
you had me at "flange".
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Man City's back four could use that.
Sure need to tighten up!
What is this
Original Poster
akkybadi47 s ago

What is this



So need this ! Nothing more frustrating that taking a normal nut off in a rush ha !
you had me at "flange".
Cheers op! Didn't know I needed this.... or it even existed.
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akkybadi6 m ago

[Image] Would it fit this ?


Although I'm not 100%, I would say yes - if the nut size is M14
IllDigATunnel6 m ago

Although I'm not 100%, I would say yes - if the nut size is M14


Ok cheers yes it’s a size 14 thanks for your help again and deal 🏾
Edited by: "akkybadi" 4th Apr
Excellent idea.

Currently out of stock, but expedited delivery available.

Cheers OP.
Got a few
works surprisingly well.
Only once I couldn't get it off , used a screwdriver to give some leverage.
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AzeemB2 m ago

Got a fewworks surprisingly well.Only once I couldn't get it off , used a …Got a fewworks surprisingly well.Only once I couldn't get it off , used a screwdriver to give some leverage.


It also has holes for the pin wrench under the handle part.
AzeemB6 m ago

Got a fewworks surprisingly well.Only once I couldn't get it off , used a …Got a fewworks surprisingly well.Only once I couldn't get it off , used a screwdriver to give some leverage.

Excellent, a nut that removes the need for a wrench and replaces it with the need of a screwdriver.
hot = milwaukee are the best
AzeemB12 m ago

Got a fewworks surprisingly well.Only once I couldn't get it off , used a …Got a fewworks surprisingly well.Only once I couldn't get it off , used a screwdriver to give some leverage.


I sometimes have to really push hard on the pin wrench, as the nut tightens up during use. I can't imagine I could undo the nut without that leverage.
GDB222210 m ago

I sometimes have to really push hard on the pin wrench, as the nut …I sometimes have to really push hard on the pin wrench, as the nut tightens up during use.


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vaiopup1 h, 52 m ago

Man City's back four could use that.Sure need to tighten up!


Just watched the match Josep Guardiola needs a Plan B, Plan C and a Plan Z for the second leg. Let’s hope Manchester United put in a similar performance and destroy city’s chances of lifting the trophy the weekend.
Now OoS from Amazon at this price, due in mid April. FFX have them in stock at £5.95 with free delivery: ffx.co.uk/too…Nut
As a regular user of angle grinders, and my having attended a abrasive wheels course, I can't see this being the thing.
looks more dangerous than using a proper wrench.
Couldn't they think of a better name than Fixtec Nut?
I thought about this, then decided my solution of using an elastic band to hold the proper spanner thing right next to the plug on the grinder, which (a) means I never lose it, and (b) means I'm never tempted to use it whilst it's still plugged in, is good enough for me. I may yet give one of these a go though if I'm feeling impulsive
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