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1/4" Air Die Grinder - The perfect tool for grinding, deburring and polishing

Briggs and Stratton 6384


  • 22,000 RPM
  • 1/4" Collet

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Equipped with a safety trigger to prevent accidental starting and a 1/4" collet to fit a variety of accessories.

22,000 RPM
Plenty of speed for grinding, polishing, deburring and more.

1/4" Collet
Perfect for use with a variety of accessories.


  • 22,000 RPM
  • 1/4" Collet
Model Number 6384
Manufacturer Model Number BSTDG001
Operating Pressure (PSI) 90.0
Weight (lbs) 1.3
Collet Size (in) 1/4
Average Air Consumption (CFM) 4.5
Operating Speed (RPM) 22,000
Air Inlet Size (Inches) 1/4
Air Hose (Inches) 3/8
Consumer Warranty (Product) ** 1 Year Limited

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