Wide Replacement Head For Tap Wheel Toyo Supercutters

$31.95 USD
Item# 5149
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  • Features a durable carbide cutting wheel designed specifically for producing a smooth, deep score in thick glass


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Keep cutting thick glass with ease! This standard replacement head for the Toyo Pistol Grip Tap Wheel Cutter features a durable carbide cutting wheel designed specifically for producing a smooth, deep score in thick glass.

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