775 Crain Toe-Kick Saw Kit

SKU: 775
Manufacturer: Crain
MPN: 775





Crain 775 Toe-Kick Saw Kit

This Toe-Kick Saw cuts flush to the inner wall of a toe space in a cabinet or counter area to remove old underlayment. The saw has a clutch mechanism that may disengage to reduce kickback forces if the saw is abused by cutting curves or cutting backward. The No. 789 Diamond Blade is sold separately and can be used on this saw for cutting tile or grout.


  • The 775 toe kick saw does the job when flush cuts to the wall are required
  • Designed for cutting underlayment under toe kicks.Fixed cutting depth for perfect flush cuts
  • Cuts flush to the wall and to a maximum depth of 3/4" for easy removal of underlayment
  • Fixed cutting depth for perfect flush cuts
  • Powerful 11 Amp, 2-1/2 hp motor with helical gears
  • The No. 788 Carbide Tipped Steel Blade is NOTfor use with this saw

Minimum Working Dimensions- Toe-Kick To Be Cut

  • A. Minimum Height: 3-1/2"
  • B. Maximum Depth: 4"
  • C. Maximum Floor Thickness
  • No. 787 = 3/4"
  • No. 789 = 3/8"

Note: 3-3/8" blade included in the kit is for 3/4" thick underlayment. The 2-5/8" diamond blade is for use on 1/4" and 3/8" thick underlayment

What's Included?

  • Crain 775 Toe-Kick Saw Kit
  • Carbide Tipped Blade, 787 (on saw)
  • Allen Wrench
  • Carrying Case
  • Operator's Manual

Crain 775 Toe-Kick Saw Specifications
Power11 amps / 2-1/2 hp
No Load Speed4,500 RPM
Max Blade Size3-3/8"
Weight8.9 lbs

Questions & Answers (1)

9/1/2018 2:55:56 pm

Can I cut metal with this?

This saw is not recommended for cutting metal.

Ratings & Reviews

11 reviews


Crain 795 Toe-Kick Saw Kit by Gundl

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Read instructions and no matter how far behind you are take your time or it wilkick you back big time.Was able to cut on curve (nort supoosed to)taking my time and going slowly, big help.

Good Tool

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This is a great tool, updated for safety, but this is a dangerous item in the hands of a novice. Be warned.

great tool can be tricky to operate

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Will kickback Push forward only. What a kickback!!!

Very satified with this product !

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Good quality and easy to operate.

Works for me

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Prior to buying this tool I read all the reviews paying particular note to the kick-back issue. After removing 1200sf of 3/4" subflooring I think it only kicked backed 3 times and that was was in the beginning. "IF" I followed the instructions I never had a kick-back problem. When I first started using this tool if I got off line from where I wanted to cut I instinctively backed up, while the saw was running - THAT IS A BIG NO-NO!!!! When I quit trying to back up I quit having kick-back problems. I gave this saw a "con" on poor design only because the top handle is too small. It's not big enough to accomodate a full hand grip and I supposedly got the "new" design with a bigger handle. I can't imagine what it was like before.

Time saver

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This saw saved me a lot of time removing plywood from the floor, cutting along the wall & under the toe kick on the cabinets. The saw is safe to use, but you need to be careful using as it will kick back. The saw's design allows cutting almost flush with the wall & under the cabinet's toe kick. Very happy with the saw.

time saver

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the saw only kicked backed on me once, but once is enough! make sure you obey all the operation instructions,great handy tool for my job,worth the money

Spend the money to save time

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Very labor saving device. We used it to cut through the hardwood flooring all around our kitchen cupboards. It enabled us to easily remove the wood flooring that ran under the cabinets.

Saves time

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Great specialty tool. This tool should only be used by a pro.

Great Saw, Very Dangerous

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Great Saw, sure helped me remove 3/4" wood floor from 500 sq ft kitchen. But wow is it dangerous. I did everything the directions said and that son of a gun kicked back on me and my index finger no longer has full range of motion. I am not sure how it did not snap my finger. Again, Great saw but very dangerous.

look out


works great but on our crew its called "the death saw" no one likes to use it be warned