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Carbon Steel Tap and Die Set, SAE, Number of Pieces: 41, #4 to 1/2", 1/8" NPT Size/Range
- Item # 2ETL3
- Mfr. Model # 24606
- UNSPSC # 23153305
- Catalog Page # 2835
- Shipping Weight 12.0 lbs.
- Item Tap and Die Set
- SAE or Metric SAE
- Material Carbon Steel
- Finish Plain
- Number of Pieces 41
- Cutting Sizes 17
- Die Type 5/8" and 1" Hex
- Sizes Included 4-40, 6-32, 8-32, 10-24, 10-32, 12-24, 1/4-20, 1/4-28, 5/16-18, 5/16-24, 3/8-16, 3/8-24, 7/16-14, 7/16-20, 1/2-13, 1/2-20, 1/8-27 NPT
- Size/Range #4 to 1/2", 1/8" NPT
- Thread Type NC, NF, NPT
- Tap Wrench Number 311088, 12473, 12450
- Standards ASME/ANSI B94.9-1987
- Includes Adjustable/Nonadjustable T-Handle Tap Wrench, Adjustable and Plain Die Stock, 2-in-1 Tap Wrench, 18 Leaf Standard Thread Gauge, Extra Plastic Case
Compliance and Restrictions
Item # 1PZ51WESTWARD
Price $185.75 / each
Item # 2ETL4Carbon Steel Tap and Die Set, SAE and Metric, Number of Pieces: 76, #4 to 1/2", M3 to M12, 1/8" NPT,IRWIN HANSON
Price $435.25 / each
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