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Old 01-19-2016, 10:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Aren't most kit pens quad start? I just tested a few, and they were quad threads.
Would depend on which kits we're each in the habit of buying. . The ones that I have (and I can't remember names right now) are mostly triples, but I did see in my testing at least one quad. . I'll start keeping a record. . I believe the Jr. Gent II is triple.
You're right. I tried a Sedona, Jr Gent I, and a Baron. They were all quad start, and a Jr Retro (same size as a Jr Gent II) was triple start.
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I could find a home for a set of the 13mm triples
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I would be interested in a set of 13mm doubles or triples.
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I'd be interested in a 14mm double and 13mm double .8 pitch

Ditto.
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Updated prices for both 12 and 6 qty discounts. The 9 discount is about halfway between the two. We would be best off if we can get to 12 on each size being ordered.

You will notice a tooling charge on the 11mm and 13mm doubles, that is a tooling charge or 65$ split 12 ways. This charge is because Tapco has never made this size and have to create tooling for it.


Right now we have the most interest in 13mm and 14mm. Spread the word and see if we can generate some more interest to move forward with the buy.
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I updated the tooling Fee on the 6qty table, as it's divided 6 ways instead of 12.

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I'd be in for an M13 triple set at either price point. Maybe an M12 also if we hit the 12 discount.

Also vote for a 9x.75 if there's enough interest
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I'd be in for the M13 or M12. I would also like to cast a vote for the M9 x .75 as well. Being a newbie, actually a "never tried it because I don't have the tools" guy, would it be a problem to pick up the holders and guides as well?

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I'd be in for the M13 or M12. I would also like to cast a vote for the M9 x .75 as well. Being a newbie, actually a "never tried it because I don't have the tools" guy, would it be a problem to pick up the holders and guides as well?

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Hi Mike,

You can buy that size directly from Victor Machinery along with several other useful sizes. This is a good thing since they have a $25 minimum order.

Here's the page for taps: Metric Taps - Taper, Plug, Bottoming, and Spiral Point - millimeter sizes.

EDIT: After reading Mike's post below, I'm wondering if you meant triple start tap & die for 9mm x .75. If so, . . . . . . . . . . NEVERMIND (said in my best Rosanna Rosanna Danna voice.)
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Die Holders and tap guides can be found at Victor Machinery as well as Little Machine Shop.
The single thread tap and dies that are Chinese made are so cheap even at retail levels that having USA made sets are cost prohibitive.
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