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115mm(4.5inch) blade in 100mm (4inch) angle grinder

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I bought a new Graff speed cutter blade of 115mm. But my angle grinder is 100mm Dewalt angle grinder.So i bought a 5 inch safe guard separately and its fit on my 100mm grinder. But i want to know that this 115mm blade on my 100mm grinder will damage my grinder motor? It will be good if i can use without much problems, I have no budget to buy a 125mm grinder now . I wish suggestions from expert friends here. Please reply
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It shouldn't hurt it just don't over load it and all will be fine


I have 4 DeWalt angle grinders they are all 4 inch but a 4 1/2 cutter/wheel will just barely fit in the guard, it doesn't touch but it is close


While we are talking about angle grinders, Lenox send me a free diamond metal cutting wheel, normally they are about $25, man it is the best cutting wheel I have ever used, and at the rate i use them anymore it will out last me
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If it fits it shouldn't hurt the grinder unless you routinely bare down on it.
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It shouldn't hurt it just don't over load it and all will be fine


I have 4 DeWalt angle grinders they are all 4 inch but a 4 1/2 cutter/wheel will just barely fit in the guard, it doesn't touch but it is close


While we are talking about angle grinders, Lenox send me a free diamond metal cutting wheel, normally they are about $25, man it is the best cutting wheel I have ever used, and at the rate i use them anymore it will out last me

Thanks for your reply @Steve Neul and @Catpower.But how its connected in the angle grinder.? The inner diameter of 4.5 inch blade is not suit with my angle grinder nuts.Here i attach two photos.There is any tricks to connect it?
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You need a different flange nut to fit the hole in the blade.
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