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Ingersoll Rand Air Angle Grinder - 5n., Model# 422G

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The Ingersoll Rand Air Angle Grinder is the perfect choice for high-performance finishing. The 422G combines a unique motor controller that virtually eliminates over-speeding. The powerful 1 HP motor provides plenty of power for rust and material removal. Tool Length in. 8 15/16, Tool Weight lbs. 4.1, Variable Speed Yes, Side Handle Yes, Speed RPM 12,000, Air Inlet Size in. NPT 1/4, CFM at Load 22, Disc Diameter in. 5, Min. Hose Size in. 3/8, Air Consumption CFM 6. 1 HP motor Front exhaust Comfort grip for improved ergonomics
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Arbor Size ?

What size should the hole in the disc be ? How does it mount? Is it quick disconnect?
asked 4 years, 1 month ago
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Rodolfo
 - Westport CT
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It has a 5/8 arbor. First must remove the nut that holds the disc on then put your disc on the replace the nut.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
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ProductExpert27
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It has a 5/8 arbor, remove first nut install wheel, reinstall nut. for grinding wheels the raised lip goes toward the disc. For cut-off wheels the recessed side goes toward disc. Yes it is quick disconnect.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
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stesmi63
 - Mckinney Tx.
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5/8" arbor uses pin wrench and arbor wrench (included) to change disc. Mounts with the included nut that can be flipped if you use a cutting disc. Will use both 5" and 4.5" discs,flappers etc, available at any welding or tool supply store. Quick disconnect when used with the proper air connectors.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
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inmac
 - portland,or.
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