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Ratchet Pipe Threader Kit - 1/4 Inch - 1 Inch
Heat-treated, high-carbon steel dies, precision-milled dies cut new material or repair existing threads and reversible ratchet-drive die wrench. 20 Inch high-torque wrench handle with non-slip grip, 5 piece pipe thread dies: 1/4 inch, 3/8 inch, 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch, 1 inch npt, 1 piece ratchet die wrench, 2 piece 20 inch wrench handle and 1 piece carry case.
Professional quality ratchet pipe threader
Back out of threads with the reversing knob
Precision machined dies
Provides high torque
Heat treated and tempered for durability
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17 of 17 found the following review helpful:
Cuts Threads, hard to cleanSep 22, 2011
By Jim Richmond
Needed to thread some thick-wall rigid conduit for a project. This does the trick, at least for 1/2 inch. Having a coupling for the two pieces of handles rather than having them thread directly together, or the coupling being secured to one is a bit cumbersome.
My biggest issue is the construction of the dies tends to hold on to the cuttings, and at least in the 1/2 inch and smaller dies the spaces in the dies are very tight to get in to to clean the cuttings out.
Do yourself a favor and use this with a real vice with non-slip pipe jaws, or you'll just end up fighting with a twisting pipe, especially near the ends of the cuts.
13 of 13 found the following review helpful:
Works ExcellentOct 20, 2012
By Travis Bailey
I needed to rethread a gas pipe in my house and wanted to be the good DIY'er and save a chunk of money by doing myself.
This set seemed like a perfect little set. I don't have any intentions of using extensively, but the one use I had required me to be able to use this on an existing system in close quarters.
It definitely took elbow grease and time but the 3/4" inch pipe was threaded like a champ at the end and I am a few hundred dollars richer doing it myself.
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Inexpensive light duty toolAug 05, 2013
You have to use a quality cutting oil and clean the cutting blades between threading jobs.
I have done 27 1/2" threads, 2 3/4" threads and 2 1" threads and have had no leaks with 150 lb pressure air in black iron pipe, and no leaks in the low pressure non potable water lines.
Would recommend and would buy again
9 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Little organge pipe threader.Feb 11, 2011
By Lawrence H. Nitz
Hey, it works. The whole set is not very big, and the handle, even extended, is a bit shorter than the old fashioned jigs, but it works. For the price no complaints.
7 of 8 found the following review helpful:
maybe it's not pro...but it's good enough!Jun 08, 2013
It might not be a professional pipe threader, but for a fraction of the price, it serves it's purpose well. My advice, USE A LOT OF OIL! Especially if you're a first time threader, this will help a lot. Take your time, line everything up nice and tight. It's a great deal and good for using to make pipe legs for furniture.
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