Black Hawk 6" x .045" x 7/8" Cut Off Wheels are the perfect choice for metal working professionals. This 6 inch cutting disc is extremely long-lasting and durable. Black Hawk 6" Cutoff Wheels use premium Aluminum Oxide grains bonded and reinforced with industrial fiberglass mesh for lateral strength and safety as well as added rigidity while cutting. These 6 inch cutting wheels offer a smooth cut with minimal vibration and will quickly become your favorite disc. These cut-off wheels are thinner to reduce material loss and allow for more precise and quick slices. 6" cutting discs are built to be attached to a 6 inch angle grinder and are ideal for cutting steel, sheet metal, stainless steel, aluminum, cast iron, fiberglass or other metals. The 6 inch cutting disc by Black Hawk can get the job done at an extremely economical price!
As far as I am concerned,there isnt any other blade out there to buy.As long as they make them,I'll only buy from them.Jesse Few
Jul 2nd 2019
LASTS SUPER LONG!!!!!
Longest lasting cut offs I've used. The ones I';ve been buying from my local hardware supply wear down in half the time. These are excellent and I will be back for more!!!!Mark B
Jun 11th 2018
I've used quite a few of the 6" cutting discs that are available out there, and these ones, for the price, definitely are above average. Although they aren't in the "best" category, I will buy another box when these run out for jobs I don't want to use the expensive discs. Douglas Leys
Jan 11th 2018
NEW AND IMPROVED!
I see some people have mentioned that these wheels are thinned than the advertised .045", NOT ANYMORE. After contacting Empire with a similar complaint they were quick to address and FIX the problem with the manufacturer. These are my go to cut off wheel: affordable, long lasting, and now very tough. I've had zero issues with the new wheels. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THESE WHEELS!!!Unknown
Aug 23rd 2017
Exactly What I Needed
These are the best 6" cutting wheels I've found for the price. I love them and will continue to buy them.Frank J Redding
Jan 29th 2017