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U-Groove Cut Out Knife

IP UCC320

$19.00

Cuts a groove for Christmas tree moldings. Many technicians use the shortcut method of auto glass installation. When you use this method the bed of urethane remains on the body. When the Christmas tree molding is removed it is impossible to press it back into place. Our U-groove tool solves this problem by cutting a U-shaped groove for the Christmas tree molding to fit into. Two different width blades let you cut narrow or wide grooves. Also available with a pull handle. Comes with two blades, one small and one large.

Made in the USA.

U-Groove Cut Out Knife with Pull Handle

IP UCH319

$27.00

Cuts a groove for Christmas tree moldings. Many technicians use the shortcut method of auto glass installation. When you use this method the bed of urethane remains on the body. When the Christmas tree molding is removed it is impossible to press it back into place. Our U-groove tool solves this problem by cutting a U-shaped groove for the Christmas tree molding to fit into. Two different width blades let you cut narrow or wide grooves. Available with or without a pull handle. Comes with two blades, one small and one large.

Made in the USA.

Large Groove Blade For The U-Groove Cut Out Knife

IP UCL322

$3.00

Cuts a groove for Christmas tree moldings. any technicians use the shortcut method of auto glass installation. When you use this method the bed of urethane remains on the body. When the Christmas tree molding is removed it is impossible to press it back into place. Our U-groove tool solves this problem by cutting a U-shaped groove for the Christmas tree molding to fit into. Two different width blades let you cut narrow or wide grooves. Available with or without a pull handle. Comes with two blades, one small and one large.

Made in the USA.

Small Groove Blade For The U-Groove Cut Out Knife

IP UCS321

$3.00

Cuts a groove for Christmas tree moldings. any technicians use the shortcut method of auto glass installation. When you use this method the bed of urethane remains on the body. When the Christmas tree molding is removed it is impossible to press it back into place. Our U-groove tool solves this problem by cutting a U-shaped groove for the Christmas tree molding to fit into. Two different width blades let you cut narrow or wide grooves. Available with or without a pull handle. Comes with two blades, one small and one large.

Made in the USA.

3/4" Z Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z1

$12.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

1" Z Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z2

$12.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

1-1/2" Z Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z3

$18.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

3/4" Z Coined Cold Knife Blade • 5

IP Z4

$17.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

1" Z Coined Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z5

$17.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

1-1/2" Z Coined Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z6

$21.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

1-1/4" Z Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z7

$18.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

1-1/4" Z Coined Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z8

$21.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

3/8" Z Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z9

$13.00

3/8" Equalizer® Z Cold Knife Blades (Pkg. 5)

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA

ZipKnife™ Long Knife • 12"

IP ZKLK34

$54.00

ZipKnife Long Knives are made with an extremely thin utility knife bracket and are designed to enable quick blade replacements. The knife has no screws, levers, or devices thus lessening the chance of damaging a vehicle. Uses all standard utility knife blades.

 
•Thin blade holder for hard-to-reach areas
•Quick blade change design 


ZipKnife™ Long Knife • 20"

IP ZKLK36

$58.00

ZipKnife Long Knives are made with an extremely thin utility knife bracket and are designed to enable quick blade replacements. The knife has no screws, levers, or devices thus lessening the chance of damaging a vehicle. Uses all standard utility knife blades.

 

• Thin blade holder for hard-to-reach areas

• Quick blade change design