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Widel 1-1/8" X 5 Tpi L.h. Single Pass Acme Tap 1-1/8 Inch -5 Unipass Hss 1.125 on 2040-parts.com

US $134.90
Location:

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New

 This tap is Brand New , never used .It is for Left Hand Threads . It's hard to see, but it says Widell - USA 1-1/8 -5 LH  ACME HSS Tandem 2G  and the number 596716 on it.It comes in the factory Widell Brand protective storage container.I will ship right away..I also have a Regal 1" x 5  R.H. one for sale, and a J & L 1-3/16 -5 R.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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