2" x 72" Shredder Belt Combo Pack (60 grit & 120 grit)
The 2" x 72" Shredder Combo Pack Contains:
Twenty (20) 2″ x 72" 60 grit Ceramic Shredder Belts
Twenty (20) 2″ x 72" 120 grit Ceramic Shredder Belts
One (1) Greasestick Tube (for Belt use)
These are the best belts. Even when grinding steels like cpm 3v post heat treat they are eating through it. I don't use anything else. Combat Abrasives for life.
I have used other products but I must say that these belt last and track very well and clean easy with the belt dresser. could keep going but have work to do.
The discount will be expired before I need more belts. The last discount expired before I could use it. So the discount didn't do any good for me, but thanks.
I am very happy with your belts.
So far I think you have a good product
Awesome products! These guys and gals really got there products failed in. I especially like their belt dressing compound it definitely prolongs the life of the belt keeps the steel cooler!
These belts hold up to pretty serious use and the stiffer than normal backing make them very consistent.
Belts are working great and the shipping was extremely fast. Had the belts before USPS could update their website!
Hands down the best belts I've used to date. Tracking is excellent no wiggle or wobble. Great performance and long belt life. I will be a customer for life!
I’d buy from you all again just for the shipping speed!
Belts cut extremely well and are lasting awhile for me. Love it!
Love these belts! Remove material quickly. Belt grease really helps with heat reduction. Highly recommend!
Talk about eating metal and wood. Jason Knight was right- these are hands down the best
Great combo pack!
I ordered 60 and 120 grit shredder belts and let me tell you, these belts do what they say they'll do. I don't know what they're doing differently with these, but they last far longer than other ceramics I have tried. I've used the same 60 grit belt for 3 projects, one being a large 14" bowie. These belts also tend to track better. I also love the super stiff backing on the shredders. Great product!
Great belts. Great price.
Thanks for the great service and products! SYNDICATE knives
Amazing belts! Long lasting and great price. recommend adding the 36 grit shredders to this combo.
I've been using Combat Abrasives belts for over a year. I'm very pleased with the performance and price. I recently received a very large order in which I decided to try some belts. In particular the micron films.
Using the 36 grit ceramics I can remove steel faster than someone using a grinder with a cut off disc in some cases.And they last,they continue cutting through several large blades, where others wear out after a single project.
As for the company, twice I've an issue and emailed them.The company called back me within an hour both times and were very helpful. Even giving me coupons AFTER we realized the mistake was mine. That is a standard for other companies to judge themselves by.
Mike Smith of Phat doggy knives.
I put a 60 grit from the shredder kit on my 2x72" with some belt grease and was pretty much in shock as to the performance compared to what I had been using. Truly impressed! Thanks for a good product.
These belts are amazing I will never order from anywhere else... And the hand paper is also amazing like black ice but I think better.... Martin M&S Blades
I love these belts! The grease stick keeps the steel cool. Its great for chef knives.
I'm a knife maker so I bought the Shredder Kit to check out the quality and im very happy. Fast shipping all the way accross the US, great price & free grease tube. I will be ordering again for sure.
I used abrasives from almost all of the manufacturers, but I have to say combat abrasives is the best 2hen outcomes to performance and price. The prices are more than reasonable considering the performance and resilience of the belts. Especially the lower grits I use for heavy stock removal. The 36 and 60 grit can cut away material faster than my (Large name brand) angle grinder. Damn impressive. Here's a pic of your belts hanging behind some of the blades they are used to make.
Mike Smith of Phat doggy knives