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Regal 1" X 5 Tpi R.h. Single Pass Acme Tap 1 Inch -5 Unipass Hsg 10-1/8 Long Hss on 2040-parts.com

US $99.90
Location:

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Condition:Used

 This tap is in very good shape, and really sharp.It has been custom ground to also fit into a large drill chuck for speed power tapping. There is one of the primary teeth chipped, but will work perfectly still.It comes in the factory Regal Premium protective storage tube.I will ship right away..I also have a 1-3/16 x 5 J & L R.H. one for sale, and a Widell brand 1-1/8 - 5 L.H. one for sale.If you would like a package deal, message me and we can figure out a price, and group the shipping.

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