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I need some serious help identifying this tool. Answered

Can anybody identify this? It looks to me like an angle grinder but i cant find one ounce of info on it. Thanks in advance.

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Downunder35m
Downunder35m

2 years ago

It definately is an angle grinder, we used an almost idetical one with a longer axle to cut two slots through bricks (for cables and such).
Made a clean slot instead of using a chisel trying to get both sides straight.
We liked them because the handle bar made it easy to use with both hands.
But if you ask about the "disk" that is in your pics I would not have a clue - can you take it apart?
Is something inside, is it magnetic?

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

2 years ago

Looks like its a Bosch 1340 cut off saw, minus all the guard details.

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CurtisD20
CurtisD20

Answer 2 years ago

hmm... do you think you could find me a close picture because most of what i saw didnt look too close. And would that saw have been able to detach from the frame like that?

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

Answer 2 years ago

I found it from the Bosch number, there aren't any pictures of the whole unit, but plenty of it disassembled, so you can get parts.

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CurtisD20
CurtisD20

Answer 2 years ago

I don’t really see anything that looks like it under 1340. But i do under 1333 but the model number brigs up only 1340 for some reason which is an angle grinder.

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Yonatan24
Yonatan24

2 years ago

Perhaps it's some type of angle grinder, what's that disc that attaches to it, a diamond sharpening plate thing?

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CurtisD20
CurtisD20

Answer 2 years ago

it appears to be just two plates that would hold something together with that bolt.

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CurtisD20
CurtisD20

2 years ago

Heres some more pictures and i even threw in one of it next to my angle grinder.

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CurtisD20
CurtisD20

2 years ago

sorry about that dont know what happened to the photo but this thing (i dont have more of the photos on my phone but when i get home i can upload more if need be)

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

Answer 2 years ago

I think more pictures. You see a lot of tools built on the basic angle grinder chassis - right angle drills, some metal shears etc etc.

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

2 years ago

I think there's a photo missing