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4XYJ9 MS16142-8R UNSPSC # 23153312

Port Tool, Carbide Tipped, 3/4 in-16 Port Thread Size, UNF

  • Item # 4XYJ9
  • Mfr. Model # MS16142-8R
  • UNSPSC # 23153312
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Carbide-tipped port tools offer the strength and wear resistance of carbide steel on just the cutting edge. Use them to cut a complex shape into an existing hole for a precise fit when installing ports into the hole. They typically provide more strength than a high-speed steel or cobalt tool and are less brittle than a solid carbide tool.

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Port Tool, Carbide Tipped, 3/4 in-16 Port Thread Size, UNF

  • Item # 4XYJ9
  • Mfr. Model # MS16142-8R
  • UNSPSC # 23153312
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Carbide-tipped port tools offer the strength and wear resistance of carbide steel on just the cutting edge. Use them to cut a complex shape into an existing hole for a precise fit when installing ports into the hole. They typically provide more strength than a high-speed steel or cobalt tool and are less brittle than a solid carbide tool.

Technical Specs

  • Item Port Tool
  • Port Size Thread Standard UNF
  • Port Thread Size 3/4 in-16
  • Measurement System Decimal Inch
  • Pilot Dia. 0.688 in
  • Overall Length 3.70 in
  • Shank Type - Machining Straight
  • Shank Dia. 3/4 in
  • Shank Length 2 1/8 in
  • Material - Machining Carbide Tipped
  • Pilot Length 0.699 in
  • Tube Dia. 1/2 in
  • Standards SAEJ1926, SAEJ514
  • Primary Material Application Steel
  • Primary Material Application ISO Code P

Carbide-tipped port tools offer the strength and wear resistance of carbide steel on just the cutting edge. Use them to cut a complex shape into an existing hole for a precise fit when installing ports into the hole. They typically provide more strength than a high-speed steel or cobalt tool and are less brittle than a solid carbide tool.

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