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75-Piece GearWrench Ratcheting Tap & Die Set (SAE/Metric) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 75-Piece GearWrench Ratcheting Tap & Die Set (SAE/Metric, 3887) on sale for $83.08. Shipping is free.

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Features a ratcheting T wrench which provides a 5-degree ratcheting arc, and its reversible lever allows for quick changes from forward to revers to eliminate hand-over-hand turning.

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  • Includes: Tap and Die ratcheting "T" wrench; small tap adapter; medium tap adapter; die adapter; sliding "T" for adapters; 34 taps; 34 dies, SAE and metric screw pitch gauge; #5 screwdriver; blow mold case.
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seems to come down to around this price now and then. decent price if you are in the market.

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The key is to lube the hole before you tap it. You get much better results when the hole is lubed.
Good advice in many situations ...
Got this for $84.40 at the end of October. Just FYI.

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Got this for $84.40 at the end of October. Just FYI.
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Got this for $84.40 at the end of October. Just FYI.
Can you comment on quality? Seems to be lacking based on reviews.
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Can you comment on quality? Seems to be lacking based on reviews.
I own this kit, and it has saved me countless times with miscellaneous car projects.

I'm sure there are better quality and more complete sets out there, but I think it is a good value for its performance.
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Can you comment on quality? Seems to be lacking based on reviews.
So far I have only used one of the dies and it fixed my semi stripped M6 1.0 bolt. The set doesn't seems to be a poor made set despite it's made in China. It did the job for me so I am keep it.
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Can you comment on quality? Seems to be lacking based on reviews.
The key is to lube the hole before you tap it. You get much better results when the hole is lubed.
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I wonder if this can re-thread (reduce the size) a titanium bolt..
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I wonder if this can re-thread (reduce the size) a titanium bolt..
Titanium is not that hard of a material...Use lube and reduce the bolt diameter close to die size before rethread.
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The key is to lube the hole before you tap it. You get much better results when the hole is lubed.
Thats what she said
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Its a very good set for the price
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Bought - thanks
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The key is to lube the hole before you tap it. You get much better results when the hole is lubed.
Good advice in many situations ...
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Forgive my ignorance, but whenever I've used a tap and die set, a good bit of the work a tap or die does is the cutting in reverse, at least when I do it, my motion is to cut clockwise, then back out a few degrees to clear the metal shavings, and smooth the threads, then back to forward cutting. Wouldn't this be impeded with a ratchet?
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