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Old 08-04-2015, 12:04 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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Put me down for an M12 TiN please.

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Old 08-04-2015, 05:12 PM   #22 (permalink)
 
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I would like to order the 14mm tap and die set.

Has the type of tap been decided on yet ? ( start, intermediate, or bottom)
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I would like to order the 14mm tap and die set. Has the type of tap been decided on yet ? ( start, intermediate, or bottom)

Tap style can be unique for each person. That's de facto industry wide.

I still encourage everyone to get 2 taps and titanium treat everything, especially the dies.

Taps can be shipped back to get resharoened and reprofiled but dies you are stuck with.
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I will take a set of 14's!

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I would like to order the 14mm tap and die set. Has the type of tap been decided on yet ? ( start, intermediate, or bottom)

Tap style can be unique for each person. That's de facto industry wide.

I still encourage everyone to get 2 taps and titanium treat everything, especially the dies.

Taps can be shipped back to get resharoened and reprofiled but dies you are stuck with.
The quote is for plug taps. As for being unique for each person I'll check with the vendor to know for sure.
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The quote is for plug taps. As for being unique for each person I'll check with the vendor to know for sure.
OK thanks, I am fine to take a plug tap if that is what it is, but if we do have the option, I would opt for an intermediate tap. Though either way I will be happy.
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Brad, plug is intermediate. I would jump in if they were taper.
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Brad, plug is intermediate. I would jump in if they were taper.
Hi Skip, I always thought plug and bottom were the same animal , but I am happy to be corrected.
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I'm in for the M12 tap & die, TiN please. Will also get insurance. PM to follow.
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Plug bottom taper 1st 2nd 3rd etc. This question has been beat to death a hundred times. You can either look it up in the search or better yet use google and really learn about thread technology.
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