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Model#: RGDRZRR4040
Condition:
Reconditioned

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Factory Reconditioned Ridgid ZRR4040 12 Amp 8 in. Tile Saw with Stand

  • Factory Reconditioned Ridgid ZRR4040 12 Amp 8 in. Tile Saw with Stand
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Details

Features:
  • Water tray captures extra fluid and is removable for easy cleaning
  • Miter guide allows precision straight and miter cuts up to 45 degrees both left and right
  • Cast aluminum arm keeps blade aligned
  • Wheeled system water tray holds 5 gallons
Compliance and Restrictions
warning: -- www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/product

Specifications

Amperage: 12
Blade Diameter: 8 in
Bluetooth Compatibility: No
Edge Guide: Yes
Material Cut: Tile (wet or dry)
Max Depth Of Cut: 2-3/4 in
Max. Rip Diagonal Capacity: 18 in
Max. Rip Straight Capacity: 24 in
Motor Type: Brushed
No-Load Speed (RPM): 5000
Plunge Feature: No
Power Switch: Yes
Powered Tool Power Source: Electric - Corded
Voltage: 120V
Water System: Water Tray
Wifi compatibility: No

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How long of tile can I rip ?
Greg M on Jun 1, 2018
How to put tray on saw rails?
A shopper on Mar 2, 2018
How long of tile can I rip?
Greg M on Jun 1, 2018