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smh00n
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Decent tool that works, will last.


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This is the style of tool I have been using for 15 years.

www.ebay.com.au/itm/Tr...0506.m3226


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Yep the one Nassi suggest is a good tool.


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You can also buy a 37* flare attachement for that style of tool which is good for AN flares


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Bought that one, looks OK. Even came with a test flare in one of the dies. See how it works this weekend


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smh00n wrote
Bought that one, looks OK. Even came with a test flare in one of the dies. See how it works this weekend


It will work fine, just make sure the cut is square.


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nassi wrote
smh00n wrote
Bought that one, looks OK. Even came with a test flare in one of the dies. See how it works this weekend


It will work fine, just make sure the cut is square.


And dont have the pipe in the collet too tight, let stick out then use the flat tool on the rotary bit to push it back the tighten the collets up, then flare it.


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Roger that x 2


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