Speedway Deluxe 110V / 250 Watt Tire Grooving Iron Kit w/ #4, #8
110 volts Voltage, 250 watts Wattage
- This 250 watt pistol grip grooving iron works well as a heated siper also
- Comes with number 4 and number 8 head/blades
- Works great as a heated siper when you turn the blades upside down
- Made in the U.S.A.
- 110 volt powered makes this simple to plug in at the garage or use with a small generator at the track
These 110 volt, 250 watt pistol grip grooving irons by Ideal Heated Knives come with a number 4 and number 8 head/blades. Works great as a heated siper when you turn the blades upside down.
Also available is our mega grooving iron kit which includes this grooving iron and an assortment of heads, blades and siper as kit # 916-02096.
Made in the U.S.A.
- (1) #4 head
- (1) #8 head
- (1) package of #4 blades
- (1) package of #8 blades
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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