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SKU: H6265
Model # H6265
Overview

This 4-Jaw, Self-Centering Chuck with dovetailed jaws is great for small bowl and plate turning and features jaws that grip by clamping around the workpiece or expanding to fit a turned recess. The minimum diameter required for clamping around the workpiece is 1-1/4" and the minimum diameter required for expansion is 1-13/16". Includes T-handled wrenches, wood screw point, and machined chuck lever. Compact design is ideal for smaller lathes. Works great with optional H6268 and H6269 jaws, which are available for additional clamping options.

Specifications:

  • Type: 3-3/4" 4-Jaw Self Centering
  • Size: 1"
  • TPI: 8
Reviews

8 Customer Reviews (4.8 out of 5 stars) : Sign in to write a review

Anonymous Reviewer
Great product 02/11/2019 10:21:38 PM

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Anonymous Reviewer
Wonderful! 04/16/2018 1:54:00 AM

I bought these for my mom for her birthday and they are now her new favorite chucks!

Anonymous Reviewer
04/04/2018 12:53:32 PM

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Joey
Exceeded my expectations!!! 01/17/2018 4:24:32 PM

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Steve R
10/26/2017 2:42:32 AM

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Anonymous Reviewer
Great product. 06/21/2017 11:00:57 AM

I bought this a month ago and it is working well. The product came in quicker then
expected.

Anonymous Reviewer
Grizzly 01/27/2017 1:38:06 PM

As a customer of Grizzly, I could not be happier. The customer service I received was "first class". The staff with whom I have dealt have been considerate and well versed in the product. Great company.

Anonymous Reviewer
Does the job 01/26/2017 6:02:19 AM

Bought wood chuck with 12 x 18 Grizzly lathe. First chuck shipped in had a wobble but Grizzly quickly replaced it with another that spins true. Am using chuck to secure bowl stock for turning and have discovered caution must be exercised on larger diameter stock as the jaw grip depth isn't all that deep. If your gouge bites into the stock the work can pull out a little and go off center or even pull off completely, causing undesired excitement. Used carefully the chuck can get your bowls turned without having any screw holes in the bowl bottom.