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Klein Tools High-Tension Hacksaw

Klein Tools High-Tension Hacksaw
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High-Tension Hacksaw

Features:
  • Adjustable blade tension up to 30,000 PSI for fast, precise cuts
  • Soft touch grips
  • Alternative 45° mounting for flush cutting
  • Front mount for reciprocating saw blades
  • Convenient blade storage in handle
  • Includes 12" (305 mm) x 24 TPI bi-metal hack saw blade and 6" (152 mm) x 24 TIP bi-metal reciprocating saw blade


Specifications:
  • Blade Length: 12" (305 mm)
  • Overall Length: 16-1/4" (413 mm)
  • Teeth Per Inch: 24
  • Weight (lbs.): 2.19 lbs (1 kg)
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