24" RockRipper® with Structo-Cast® Head & Perforated Aluminum Blade

MODEL #:  RTS24

No jobsite is too tough for Johnson's RockRipper® drywall square. Its blade is made of extruded aluminum for maximum durability, while its molded, high impact Structo-Cast® head will stand up to the worst jobsite abuse. This drywall square was also designed to keep your work moving smoothly and easily. It features a hand grip and board guide, while the perforation on its 24" blade helps you make fast, efficient scoring. Finally, its screened, thermal-bonded black 1/8", 1/16" and metric graduations are easy to read even in poorly-lit conditions.

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RTS24
  • Perforated (1/16" offset) 24" blade accepts utility knife point for fast, efficient drywall scoring

  • Molded high impact head with hand grip and board guide

  • Screened, thermal-bonded black 1/8" and 1/16" graduations

  • Large, bold easy reading graduations

  • Extruded aluminum blade assures durability

Warranty:

1 Year Warranty

The RockRipper® is ideal for drywall hanging. Its high-impact Structo-Cast® head and extruded aluminum blade were designed to last, and its perforated blade makes scoring drywall effortless.

Product Details

No jobsite is too tough for Johnson's RockRipper® drywall square. Its blade is made of extruded aluminum for maximum durability, while its molded, high impact Structo-Cast® head will stand up to the worst jobsite abuse. This drywall square was also designed to keep your work moving smoothly and easily. It features a hand grip and board guide, while the perforation on its 24" blade helps you make fast, efficient scoring. Finally, its screened, thermal-bonded black 1/8", 1/16" and metric graduations are easy to read even in poorly-lit conditions.



Specifications

Warranty:

1 Year Warranty

Application

The RockRipper® is ideal for drywall hanging. Its high-impact Structo-Cast® head and extruded aluminum blade were designed to last, and its perforated blade makes scoring drywall effortless.

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