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Scroll means that all jaws close together and are self centering. This 4-jaw chuck has a semi-steel body and two sets of hardened jaws. 4-jaw self-centering chucks have firmer hold on the workpiece and also allow you to grip square pieces without switching chucks. Requires mounting plates. Through hole: 1.18"

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Alan B
A welcome addition to my 8x12 lathe 06/20/2020 3:27:23 PM

I wanted to increase the work holding capacity for my 8 inch lathe,and this chuck is a great fit. Makes quick work of turning and threading ends of square stock , and has increased the overall work holding capability of the lathe. The fit and finish is very good, and the scroll mechanism operates smoothly. The chuck wrench is a nice size, fits the chuck without excess slop, and feels good in the hands.

chuck Z
04/08/2020 2:04:54 PM

Good inexpensive chuck.

I bought this to go on a G9729 lathe/mill combo. My mistake not the Grizzley people.

It didn't fit the back plate but there was an easy fix.

I had to open the recess diameter by .019 and then it would fit the back plate on the lathe.

Onne H
Waiting on plain back plate 03/26/2020 4:34:22 AM

I have not been able to use the chuck yet but it appears to be an excellent product and promises accuracy beyond my capabilities. So far Im very happy with the product and the technical support I received when I call to get help with turning down the adapter plate.

Dennis C
Sometime we thing we got what we need 08/13/2017 9:55:35 PM

Ok for a mini Lathe like the G0765 this might be a little big... I got the face place from Littlemachineshop and it worked great. The run out was almost none around 10 th. The motor appears to be handling the Chuck fond it starts a little slow and the shut down is also a little slow (keeps turning). Anyway it does help in maintaining the torque needed with cutting some material. Some it is a plus for me just have to know you job and the requirements. the G0765 is a very small lathe so cutting is an issue with some steels and likewise hardness. I a nut shell I exchange the chuck on the lathe from the 3" to the 5" when needed. I only use the 5" when the job requires the torque. Have fun and hope this help some of you home hobby guys like me. Side note What I know now If able to do over I would have spent more for the larger Lathe.