Hitachi CC14SF 14" Portable Chop Saw (Grade C Reconditioned)

Hitachi CC14SF 14" Portable Chop Saw (Grade C Reconditioned)

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Condition: Grade C
Our Price $74.00
UPC Code: 717709010413

Availability: Out of stock

Hitachi CC14SF 14" Portable Chop Saw (Grade C Reconditioned)
Description

Description

The CC14SF 14" Chop Saw is built to cut cold formed steel, rebar and pipe quickly and efficiently. It is the ideal chop saw for general contractors, construction professionals, manufacturers and steel fabricators who demand a workhorse of a tool at a competitive value.

Features

Features

  • Hefty 15 Amp (2000W) motor produces a no-load speed of 3,800 RPM for greater cutting efficiency
  • Portable, rugged and lightest in class (36.4 lbs) to withstand daily transport between trucks and jobsites
  • Adjustable fence is easy to use and miters 45 degrees to the right or left for versatility
  • Chute off back of saw diverts sparks and can be angled to suit the workspace
  • Conveniently located trigger switch with lock-off button operates the saw and prevents accidental starts
  • Elastomer coated D-handle absorbs vibration, adds comfort and prevents slippage when making cuts
  • Quick-lock/release vise provides fast feeding and changing of materials of different sizes
  • Spindle lock provides easy mounting/removal of cutting wheel
  • Versatile to cut various steel materials like pipes, shaped steel, round bars, angle iron and other materials like conduit pipe, channels, tubing and drywall track
Specifications

Specifications

Blade Diameter14"
Arbor Size1"
Amps15
Power Input2000W
No-Load RPM3,800
Max Vise Width9-29/64"
Miter Angle45 Degrees R/L
Max Cut: Round Pipe4-47/64"
Max Cut: Square Type4-43/64"
Max Cut: Rectangular Type9-1/4"x2-49/64"
Max Cut: Shaped Steel5-1/8"x5-1/8"
Dimensions (LxWxH)23-3/4"x11-1/4"x23-3/4"
Tool Weight36.4 lbs
Includes

Includes

14" Cut-Off Wheel 8mm Hex Bar Wrench

 

Manuals

Manuals

View FileParts Manual (PDF)    Size: (226.9 KB)Parts Manual (PDF) View FileOwners Manual (PDF)    Size: (654.61 KB)Owners Manual (PDF)
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Product Video

Reviews

Customer Reviews 10 item(s)

Big Sky Tool Reviews
Great price on chop saw. Cut thru some steel square tubing and copper pipe with no issues. Was obviously used, but, as the description says, it is to be expected. The parts that matter look brand new. The material holder(basic screw that with pivoting bar on end to secure work) could be wider. If you need an occasional chop saw, I heartily recommend this.
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Review by Matt Ludlum / (Posted on 8/30/2012)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
Saw came well packed and quickly. But there was a BIG chuck missing out of the blade - size of a quarter. Blade not useable. The saw itself looked well used -- bottom plate heavily scratched, grease on the motor housing. After buying and installing a new blade, the saw worked fine. Good product and the price was low. I thought Grade C would look like a recon A unit but with a few more scratches. This saw was really really used. It looked like a one year old saw you would find on Craig's List. I have had good luck with Recon Grade A stuff but will not be buying Grade C again -- the condition did not give me a good feeling about how the tool was treat and recon'ed. Grade C not worth the difference in price from Grade A recon.
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Review by Peter Rudy / (Posted on 2/6/2012)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
This is a nice chop saw, however, the cuts weren't quite square until I put a Weiler wheel on instead of the Hitachi wheel supplied. I also lost a couple of the rubber feet because they were just pushed onto the corners, not actually screwed down. Works fine with the USA made wheel.
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Review by Jonathan Polk / (Posted on 1/15/2012)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
Bought this item as a grade "C" item - it arrived and was Grade C all right - CRAP!!!! The blade guard did not function and was missing some parts (which the guys sent) but then I also noticed that the reason the blade guard did not work was because the whole saw was out of square causing the blade to cut into the slot...I used this item once after I repaired it and then tossed it (too dangerous for our crew) - I bought a Milwaukee as a replacement and I am totally happy with it.
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Review by Inderjit Sodhi / (Posted on 11/1/2011)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
Saws O.K. but seems to have some wobble in the cutting wheel and distortion from the perpendicular in the cut. Possible a bearing problem in the armature.
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Review by JACK LATTA / (Posted on 10/12/2011)