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Adjustable T-Handle Ratchet Tap Wrench

(1 review)

$23.95$25.95 USD

A convenient tool good partner for DIY tapping!

You can’t beat the all-steel design with chromium-plated finish for the highest durability.

It’s so beautifully precise ratcheting action for high quality work.

Features:

  • Adjustable T-Handle can be “slipped” from side to side for positioning convenience and added leverage in tight places.
  • Easily switched from left to right-handed operation, or locked for non-ratcheting use.
  • Parallel-clamping tool steel jaws and knurled chuck provide a secure, firm grip on a hex or square drives. Designed for use with taps and can also use on the left-hand tap, reamers, screw extractors and other tools with a square shank.

Tap Wrench operate main point:

  1. The good pit hole must chamfering first

  2. To use drill clamp supporting tap

  3. Tap to vertical alignment operation

  4. Cut into rotation level 2-3 times

  5. confirm vertical after Cut into

  6. Tapping 3/4 turn after a quarter back feeling

  7. level reversal pull out after working

  8. Remember that cutting metal need to use with the oil

Specifications:

  • Material: stainless steel
  • Length of wrench: 85mm/3.35”
  • Size of screw taps: M3-M8

Package includes:

  • 1 x Adjustable 3-8mm T-Handle Ratchet Tap Wrench
  • 1 x screw tap

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1 review for Adjustable T-Handle Ratchet Tap Wrench

    Andy Martin
    As a 3D printing enthusiast, adding screw holes to every model isn't always feasible, and is always tedious.

    This is my new favorite tool. I haven't ...More
    As a 3D printing enthusiast, adding screw holes to every model isn't always feasible, and is always tedious.



    This is my new favorite tool. I haven't had experience with using other taps, but the quality seems pretty solid to me. I've used it with materials up to aluminum, and it cuts through like butter.
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