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Starrett KA19-N"Oops" Arbor, Hole Enlargement Arbor

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$ 14.99

Score By Feature

Based on 105 ratings
Value for money
8.83
Delivery
8.92
Satisfaction
9.14
Customer service
8.83

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Product Description

An "Oops" Arbor and an Arbor for Hole Enlargement
It is designed to replace the pilot drill in Starrett A1, A2 or A10 types of
As a replacement for the pilot drill, the KA19 allows diameters to be increased by attaching a saw of the same size to one of the existing holes
When it comes to the larger diameter saw, the smaller saw acts as the pilot for it as it is attached to the arbor in the usual

Questions & Answers

Is there a way to enlarge a 1-inch picture with this A hole with a diameter of 3/8 inch fits into a 1-inch diameter Could you tell me how deep the 1/2 inch hole is?

You can put 1- I love the opps arbor you will put I have 3/8 and you have a 1 On the 1/2 line and the 1 line There are instructions on how to open it to your one so you can use it The first half of the sentence works fine.

The Milwaukee hole saw set works with this, won't it?

We can stack hole saws for every application ) better than anyone else.

The set is suitable for use in the bocsh soft disk system Do you have a hammer drill as well?

It's not enough on its own. The pilot bit replaces this item in the arbor of the hole saw. Depending on the arbor shaft of the hole saw, you will need a specific drill chuck. Most of the time I use a 1/2" chuck drill, but I have an arbor that fits into a 3/8" chuck as well

The hole saws all have the same diameter of the arbor, how could two of them fit in here? There's probably too much thinking going on. Would you please be so kind as to thank me?

It is not the same size arbor for all hole saws. of them are 3/8", some are 7/16", some are 1/2", some are 9/16", and others may be The arbors in this collection are all these sizes. The arbor size of this hole saw may not match the arbor size on your hole saw, or the arbor size of your saw may be too big, so you may need to use an arbor adapter bushing to change the arbor size. Though the name of Oops arbor is misleading, it does act as a quick and easy way to increase the size of a

Selected User Reviews For Starrett KA19-N"Oops" Arbor, Hole Enlargement Arbor

An adapter that you can use when you oops
5/5

The Starrett KA19 has a 1/4" shaft with a flattened side, much like the pilot bits used in hole saws. 1 is what it is The blade is 11/16" long, so it sinks deep into the arbor of a hole saw. Like the arbors, the top of the hole saw's holding end is threaded to fit the standard large (5/8") and small (1/2") hole saws. Rather than using the 1/4" pilot bit, this can be replaced with a large arbor that holds a small or large hole saw for a hole guide. Another point to note is that this won't change the center of the hole from the first hole that was drilled, only enlarge the existing hole.

Amina Marshall
Amina Marshall
| Apr 15, 2021
Making holes larger has never been easier with this tool
5/5

A great tool for making holes wider, though it is often necessary to use a smaller one in conjunction with a larger one. It is likely that you will encounter difficulties if you try to move one size larger than the smaller hole. The smaller holes utilize a smaller adapter than the larger ones. Use a different adapter size as long as you do not use the same adapter twice.

Damian HOUGHTON
Damian HOUGHTON
| Jun 21, 2021
It can be used to enlarge The keyhole in our metal entry door had to be made larger to fit the lock
5/5

It was not possible to accommodate the two holes I needed with my hole saws. I found this to be extremely helpful. I'm not sure if I'll ever need to use it again, but I certainly hope I do.

Alena Mason
Alena Mason
| Nov 17, 2020
The only way forward is to follow this path
5/5

It is imperative that you get one if you don't already have Using a hull fitting enlarger on boats is the best way to enlarge the section of hull fitted there.

Rex Coffey
Rex Coffey
| Apr 13, 2021
This is a handy feature
5/5

I find it extremely useful when I need it. In order to increase the size of a hole on a counter top, I enlarged it by 2" to 3". The job is much simpler than one which involves Keeping this in your toolbox for when that special occasion arises is a good idea.

Rocky Vaughn
Rocky Vaughn
| Feb 26, 2021
This is a perfect and inexpensive alternative to using screws
5/5

It really helped in enlarging existing door holes to fit the new This is much more convenient than purchasing the infamous $85 retro Use this tool to fit shoes.

Gloria Martinez
Gloria Martinez
| Feb 26, 2021
This product does what it claims
5/5

It is a simple solution to a frustrating problem and functions well.

Briana Hart
Briana Hart
| May 06, 2021
A very high quality product
5/5

The larger hole helped to prevent the door from being thrown off or damaged in any way.

Kamiyah Hayes
Kamiyah Hayes
| Feb 07, 2021

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