HOLE SAW MANDREL

Article#79915269 Model#1779772 Format1 1/4-6"
HOLE SAW MANDREL
 

Description

Mandrel for hole saw size 1 1/4" to 6". Shank size 1/2" and larger. Quick change, faster and easier to engage and disengage the hole saw. No tools needed.

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HOLE SAW MANDREL is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from dont listen to to the inexperienced , diy here... the holes and pins mentioned in the first review are not meant to be aligned when the saw blade is screwed all the way down , in fact you are supposed to fully tighten the blade and then press the pins into it as you loosen from the fully tightened position until the two parts lock together preventing the blade from becoming bound to the arbor from the torque applied during drilling ... it keeps the saw from bottoming out during drilling and over tightening allowing you to easily remove or change the saw blade portion of the tool as needed by simply reversing the pins as described above and is the most useful part of the engineering associated with this tool combination rather than an incorrectly described flaw in product characteristics.
Date published: 2015-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quick Change Saw Arbor So I went to Lowe's to get a 2 1/8" hole saw only to find that they were out of the size I needed with the arbor and saw in the same package. I could have gone for a different brand but I chose the quick change arbor and bought the hole saw separately. It is a jump in price but it is certainly not flawed as the first review suggests. You pull the quick change piece toward the hex head shank then screw whatever size hole saw you have in the specified range for the arbor. Then push forward on the quick change and match the pins with the holes in the hole saw. Done. It might have been smart to add a little illustration or instruction but if people actually paid attention to instructions I would never have needed the hole saw to remedy another person's mistake in the first place.
Date published: 2015-08-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tolerance stack up. After messing with this tool which is well made, a fellow reviewer mentioned that you need to run the holesaw all the way down and then back it off to pin it. That is true, however, on some of my hole saws, it took over 2 turns loose to drop them in. I noticed the hole patten on my hole saws (depending on Mfg) vary up to .020. I did run a F (.257) and a G drill bit (.261) though the hole saws with no metal removed for a test. The threaded part of the arbor should be a bit longer to compensate for the hole pattern differences IMHO. Bottom line, it fits 4 different Mfg hole saws I tried and the best part is it is American made. Get one. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from In response to JimB's negative review Another reviewer stated that this is overpriced and the pins are misaligned. Neither is true. Lowe's, in fact, does carry cheaper, more basic arbors. But you don't want those. I learned the hard way. Hole saws require a lot of torque. Cheap arbors cannot withstand the torque. This one can. This arbor works just as it should. When you screw on the hole saw, you do NOT screw it snug—and that's by design—or it would bind on the threads, as the cheaper, non-locking arbors do—and you'd never be able to remove it. Instead, the hole saw screws until it is ALMOST fully seated, and then you insert the pins, which prevent it from binding on the threads. The cheap arbors I mentioned don't have the locking pins. They become irremovable from the hole saw and can even mangle and misshape them given enough torque, ruining both the arbor and hole saw. While that other reviewer could have certainly purchased a cheaper arbor, he would have more than made up for the price difference in replacement arbors and saws. This one is actually worth the price. My only nit: I wish the quick-change mechanism would lock with something other than a set screw. It's not exactly "quick-change" if it requires a hex wrench to loosen and tighten. I've already lost one set screw, because, in a rush, I neglected to tighten it. Otherwise, it works perfectly.
Date published: 2015-12-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Over the top.... All I needed was a 4.25 inch hole saw... All I could buy was the Lennox 4.25 inch Hole saw for $25.00 and then I had to buy a $21.00 hole saw Arbor with fancy snap back feature that doesn't even work well... The saw jiggles and rattles while you use it because the threading on the arbor is not matched to the snap back "holder" holes. This means that if the saw is tight on the arbor the the snap back "thing" won't align with the holes in the saw attachment. So, I had to pay $46.00 for a tool that has flaws in it for what should have been a simple $30.00 tool to get me the one 4.25 inch hole I needed. I would not recommend this unless there is nothing else in the store and you need to get the job done today.
Date published: 2014-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quick Change Hole Saw Arbor I used it to cut a hole in a countertop to pass power plugs through. It worked exactly as I'd hoped it would. I plan to use it to cut ventilation holes for a small refrigerator that's set in a tight area. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A versital tool I used the arbor on a 2 inch hole saw and it worked very well. My Craftsman arbors would not work with the Lenox blades and I was hesitant to buy another arbor just for one saw but in the future I will get some more Lenox blades as they seemed to work a little better then the Craftsman blades. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great The arbor works great, holds firmly to the hole saw. It held up to some abuse considering 5" hole saw I bought with it struggled to cut through my roof (with the shingles stripped from where I was cutting). [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-10-09
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