MK Morse M45P 7/16-Inch Boxed Hole Saw Arbor Fits AV20-AV96

MK Morse M45P 7/16-Inch Boxed Hole Saw Arbor Fits AV20-AV96

  • “M.K. MORSE” PILOT DRILLS
  • Chuck Size: 1/2″.
  • Follow Through: 1-1/2 – 6″
  • Shank Diam: 7/16″
  • Shank Type: Hex

“M.K. MORSE” PILOT DRILLS

Chuck Size: 1/2″.
Follow Through: 1-1/2 – 6″
Shank Diam: 7/16″
Shank Type: Hex
Thread Size: 5/8 [Min], 18 [Max]
Used With: 1-1/4 – 6″
Quantity: 1 per box.

List Price: $ 17.72

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3 thoughts on “MK Morse M45P 7/16-Inch Boxed Hole Saw Arbor Fits AV20-AV96

  1. 9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Rugged design but no documentation, June 10, 2012
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    Objectivist (Baltimore, MD USA) –

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    This review is from: MK Morse M45P 7/16-Inch Boxed Hole Saw Arbor Fits AV20-AV96 (Tools & Home Improvement)
    This is the most impressively built arbor I’ve seen, but it needed to be impressive to hold a 4.75″ hole saw.

    To be sure this saw meets your needs, you need to be aware two areas of compatibility that could trip you up:

    1. This arbor requires a 1/2″ chuck. Since most drills have a 3/8″, that’s important missing information in Amazon’s description.

    2. This arbor was specifically designed for the same brand of hole saw.

    My arbor came without documentation so I had to figure out a couple of things:

    First, the arbor has a dial that moves two pins back and forth. When you install the arbor in a saw, you cannot just screw the arbor tight against the saw. You first need to retract the pins by turning the dial. Then you screw the arbor into the saw, but after the arbor is screwed tightly, you have to back it out just enough until you the pins are visible through their corresponding holes. Then you turn the dial so the pins go all the way through the holes. That locks it up firmly. (Another reviewer described the arbor as having a sloppy fit, but that problem was almost certainly because he didn’t follow this step.)

    Second, the drill bit in the arbor is too short for a hole saw that’s 1.5″ deep. There’s a set screw on the side of the arbor that you need to loosen so you can extend the drill bit. (And then you need to tighten it again.) If you don’t have about 3/8″ of drill bit extending ahead of the hole saw, the saw may “walk,” and you won’t like the result of that.

    Maybe a professional carpenter would have known all these things, but for this weekend handyman, I either had to figure them out or learn the hard way.

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  2. 3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Morse Arbor, August 25, 2012
    By 
    David W. Webb
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    This review is from: MK Morse M45P 7/16-Inch Boxed Hole Saw Arbor Fits AV20-AV96 (Tools & Home Improvement)
    Bought with the 2 3/4″ hole saw. The design makes it easy to mount to the saw and it stays mounted during use. The flat head screw allows depth adjustment of the pilot bit. Bear in mind it has a 7/16″ shank so you will need a 1/2 drill/chuck.I mounted it in my drill press and used a template to cut holes for cup holders. I would recommend this quality product.

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  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect for RGGS drilling, February 12, 2014
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    This review is from: MK Morse M45P 7/16-Inch Boxed Hole Saw Arbor Fits AV20-AV96 (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I needed a reliable, cost effective hole saw to drill holes in my RGGS system. It works perfectly cutting the holes. Remember to run saw in the reverse direction for a clean cut hole in ABS pipe.

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