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Oneway Big Bite Chuck Spur

Oneway Big Bite Chuck Spur
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    Oneway Big Bite Chuck Spur

    Part# 1011120003 | Mfg Part# 3946

    Our Price: $19.95

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      Driving large diameter, uneven bowl blanks between centers is easy with the
      Oneway® Big Bite Chuck Spur. Not only does the 3-1/2" diameter head give you lots of contact, the 2-prong design accommodates natural edge and uneven surfaces with ease. Designed for use in a 4 jaw self-centering chuck, the Big Bite Chuck Spur lets you work rough bowl blanks up to 24" in diameter with confidence.
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    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

    Better way to hold a soft piece of wood.

    Comments On Jan 26, 2014:Every have a catch cause the drive center to drill into the piece? This device grabs the wood in three widely separated points so a catch doesn't ruin the center of the wood.

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