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Axminster Guide Rail Clamp
Axminster Guide Rail Clamp

NOW £7.19 - £18.96

Normally from £8.96

(£5.99 - £15.80 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Guide Rail Clamp

  • Please check your guide rail prior to ordering
  • Spigot 11mm wide, 7.5mm thick, 60mm long
  • Fits Festool FS, Makita and many other extruded guide rails
  • High quality drop forged construction

NOW £7.19 - £18.96

Normally from £8.96

(£5.99 - £15.80 Ex. VAT)

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Description

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An F-clamp with a specially designed head that fits into the slot of power tool guide rails. It is compatible with the Festool FS and Makita guide rail system and many others. The clamp has a capacity of 120mm and a plastic pad on the swivel shoe protects the work surface.

Please check the clamp slot in your guide rail prior to ordering. The spigot is 11mm wide by 7.5mm thick and 60mm long.

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Overall rating 4.7 out of 5 based on 1 review

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20 October 2016

Would buy again

so far so good, they seem well built and sturdy. They fit nicely into the parf/multi function tables.

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