Toe-Kick Saw

No. 777 Toe-Kick Saw

The extended spindle, low-profile cutting head, and flush-mounted blade of this saw allow it to cut all the way against the inner wall of a toe-kick for removing old underlayment. The hinged depth adjustment plate has five settings for common underlayment thicknesses including 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", or 3/4". Also includes a clutch mechanism that may disengage to reduce kickback. Comes with No. 787 3 3/8" Carbide-Tipped Blade for wood cutting. The No. 789 Toe-Kick Saw Diamond Blade is sold separately to cut out tile or grout to a depth of 3/8". Do not use any other blades with the saw. Comes with carrying case.

No. 787

No. 787 Carbide-Tipped Blade

This replacement carbide-tipped blade is for use on Crain Model No. 775, No. 785 or No. 795 Toe-Kick Saws. It is a 3 3/8" diameter blade with 18 carbide teeth and a precision countersunk arbor for flush mounting of the saw's blade screw. Cuts to a fixed depth of 3/4" using the saw. For cutting wood only. Do not use this blade on any metal, ceramic tile, brick, or stone. Net weight: 2 oz

No. 788

No. 788 2 ¾" Toe-Kick Saw Blade

This 2 3/4" diameter carbide-tipped blade is for use with Crain No. 785 and No. 795 Toe-Kick Saws only. When used on these saws, it cuts to a shallower fixed depth of 3/8". The blade has 16 carbide teeth, precision countersunk arbor for flush mounting the blade screw, and two drive holes necessary for receiving the blade driver. Not for use on Model No. 775 Toe-Kick Saw. For cutting wood only. Do not use on any metal, ceramic tile, concrete, or stone. Net weight: 2 oz.

No. 789

No. 789 2 5/8" Toe-Kick Diamond Blade

Accessory diamond blade for use on Crain Model No. 775, No. 785 or No. 795 Toe-Kick Saws. It is a 2 5/8" diameter continuous rim dry cutting diamond blade for cutting ceramic tile, brick, concrete, stone, or for removing grout. It cuts to a fixed depth of 3/8" using the saw. For best results, cut 6 feet maximum, then allow cooling. Do not overheat. Check that chicken wire or expanded metal has not been installed beneath the material to be cut. Avoid cutting wood particularly wood subfloors as this gums up the blade and shortens life - shim up the saw as necessary. Not for use in cutting any metals. Net weight: 2 oz.

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