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Item #: H8033
Model # H8033
Overview
Jaws tighten at the same time and they're reversible. Self-centering.

Specifications:

  • Size: 3/4"
  • TPI: 16
Reviews

7 Customer Reviews (5 out of 5 stars) : Sign in to write a review

Anonymous Reviewer
Works and fit as expected 06/28/2019 1:46:06 PM

I bought this for an old Sears lathe I am re-purposing to UV cure my pool cues. The chuck made this possible.

Anonymous Reviewer
Excellant Rod Building Chuck 06/16/2019 10:13:37 AM

Fishing rod builders need a reliable and sturdy chuck to fabricate custom handles and grips and then change up to holding a rod to install components, I used this chuck to upgrade my rod building lathe and it is a perfect fit and application, holds larger rods with ease and clamps tightly without ever coming loose.

Anonymous Reviewer
Chuck worked beautifully right out of the box 02/21/2019 6:42:26 PM

I bought this about 1 month ago, not knowing much about chucks, but knew that Grizzly had a good rep for tools. The product came in the proper time and fit perfectly onto my midi lathe. The jaws were easy to reverse. The chuck did not vibrate at all at my lathe's top speed. All in all I was using the product about 30 minutes after it came in the mail. Of course I am retired and was waiting to take it from the delivery person's hands. I was a good purchase and the working of the chuck was very easy.

Richard B
Better than I expected 04/25/2018 10:22:57 AM

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Anonymous Reviewer
02/28/2018 3:46:27 PM

I've been using for a month on my shop fox lathe, it works flawlessly and it well made. It is a scrolling chuck and is accurate. the machine work on the jaws is very good. i recommend.

Anonymous Reviewer
It’s perfect for making my fishing lures in my wood lathe 12/22/2017 12:27:08 PM

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Anonymous Reviewer
It worked perfectly! 06/02/2017 12:47:45 AM

I used for the first time this week and it worked perfectly. I was trying to drill a small hole in the end of a quarter inch diameter hardwood and could not get it centered properly until I put it up on my mini lathe with the wood in my new chuck and the drill in a drill chuck. The hole was perfectly centered.