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Tap Wrench Set, #4 to 1/2 In, 7 pc

IRWIN HANSON

Price: $121.20 / each

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  • Item # 5EWK7
  • Mfr. Model # 4935055
  • UNSPSC # 23153305
  • Catalog Page # 3171
  • Shipping Weight 2.28 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

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  • ItemTap Wrench SKit
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    Rated 5 out of 5 by 2reviewers.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by End all of tap drivers I use to be an elevator mechanic specializing in modernizations. I have 3 sets of the tap drivers. One for my impact bag, one for the tool bag, and one for the truck. I will be talking about the tap drivers in this review, because they render the tap handle obsolete due to their often overlooked feature. That feature is the addition of a 3/8" ratchet reciever located on top of the drivers. This feature enables the tool to be used extremely close to an object parallel with the tool and adds the speed of a ratchet/impact. Yes I said impact. I would not believe it myself if I hadn't have tapped thousands of holes through 1/4-3/8" steel myself. An absolute must have for anyone who ever needed a tap driver. November 16, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Home mechanic and hobbyist Threading and tapping by hand has usually been a bit of a challenge in the past but not any longer. I recently purchased the Irwin Performance Threading System Drive Tools including Alignment Taps and Dies in SAE and Metric.Simply drop the die into the handle and twist the lock ring to keep it in place. The die slid over the rod and without any effort started to cut perfectly straight threads. The holder handles felt smooth and comfortable when applying any pressure.It was the same for tapping once the tap was in the holder and attached to the handle. The alignment part of the tap did its part and again very little effort was needed to cut perfectly aligned threads.There was no worrying about not having the tools perfectly aligned because they aligned themselves. That left me to simply focus on applying a little pressure until the threads were being cut.Being a home mechanic (automotive and motorcycle) and a hobbyist for more than 40 years this is the finest set of taps and dies I've used or owned. September 6, 2011
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