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Have sent musclechuck an email to confirm the fitment directly onto the arbour so will wait and see.

Cost wise it is about the same to get a musclechuck as it is to replace the bottom housing, chuck and collet.

I may have a MC for the Triton TRA001, as the soft start has gone west after many years. ( I already have a TRB001 as a replacement)..



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I may have a MC for the Triton TRA001, as the soft start has gone west after many years. ( I already have a TRB001 as a replacement)..



What area are you in,,,,,,Syd, Mlb or BNE....
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Hi all,


I have 3 Musclechucks, which I believe are for the TRA001, TRB001 and the3612C.


Trouble is I cannot tell which is which.


The one for the TRB001 is mounted on that router , so that leaves 2.


I attach a photo of the 2 I cannot identify.
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I believe the one I would need would be for the trb001 as I have the new style tra001.

The larger one in your pictures shows it attached to the collet (my collet is damaged and the housing around the locking is cracked)

The larger one would fit if the collect was included (unsure if you need that or not)
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I believe the one I would need would be for the trb001 as I have the new style tra001.

The larger one in your pictures shows it attached to the collet (my collet is damaged and the housing around the locking is cracked)

The larger one would fit if the collect was included (unsure if you need that or not)

Hi Grant, hence my query.


I believe I bought that replacement collet from the UK at the time. (see post 44 from this thread).


If you feel that this is the correct one, you can have that one...

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So far as I know, there are only two types of Musclechuck as shown.Type 8 is for the new models and type 11 for the old ones.
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I wonder if that type 11 would fit my Hitachi M12V? It has an internally threaded shaft like the one that one would fit. I'm pretty sure it's the same as one of the older Makitas but I can't remember which one had that type collet.

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Hi Grant... see post 102...this is what I will send you...

Will PM you for details....

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So far as I know, there are only two types of Musclechuck as shown.Type 8 is for the new models and type 11 for the old ones.

I believe I have the type 11 in the TRB001 and the type 8 in the new collet for the TRA001.


I have one box marked "8' and one with no marking.


The muscleChuck itself should have a number on it , IMO... But not many would buy 3 different ones,,,,,LOL
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I wonder if that type 11 would fit my Hitachi M12V? It has an internally shaft like the one that one would fit. I'm pretty sure it's the same as one of the older Makitas but I can't remember which one had that type collet.
Charles, the type 12 is for the Hitachi.
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