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HHIP 2006-2026 1/4" Taper 3/4 Spiral Flute Pipe Reamer.406" - .4

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HHIP 2006-2026 1/4" Taper 3/4 Spiral Flute Pipe Reamer.406" - .4

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Product description

Size:1/4" Size, 2" OAL

HHIP 1/4" Taper 3/4 Spiral flute pipe reamer is designed for reaming holes to be tapped with American Standard Taper Pipe Taps (NPT). Right hand cut tapered to 3/4" per foot. Large end diameter is .472. Small end diameter is .406. Flute length is 1-1/16". Overall length is 2-7/16".

HHIP 2006-2026 1/4" Taper 3/4 Spiral Flute Pipe Reamer.406" - .4

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