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    37 degree flaring tool

    Hi guys any ideas of people out there who rent a tool for making brakepipes .37 degree . Have spoken to then but it was a couple of years ago. Can't remember.
    Thanks Mark

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    we sell this tool that makes nice flares, i've tried it. https://www.rallydesign.co.uk/produc...ducts_id=24816
    cheap enough not to bother renting a tool and you've always got it then too.
    neil.

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    I'll second that. I have similar and they work very well. Love the warning on the grease!
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    Looks a nice tool, not seen on eof those before . My hand flaring tool requires several pairs of hands to operate when you are under a motor
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    Quote Originally Posted by mygasser View Post
    we sell this tool that makes nice flares, i've tried it. https://www.rallydesign.co.uk/produc...ducts_id=24816
    cheap enough not to bother renting a tool and you've always got it then too.
    neil.
    Are you sure that's a 37 degree tool? It doesn't say it is, it simply says sae. Depending on what you read it looks to me that sae is synonymous with 45 degree but 37 is synonymous with AN.

    I have first hand knowledge of US rodshops using 45 degree tools with AN fittings, and saying just make them good and tight and they'll be ok!!!!! I wouldn't endorse that however!

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    I’ve got one of these:
    https://www.amazon.com/Degree-Flarin.../dp/B075NNY6RR
    Hardly (if ever?!) used.
    Yours for £50 - and I’m only in Cardiff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kapri View Post
    Looks a nice tool, not seen on eof those before . My hand flaring tool requires several pairs of hands to operate when you are under a motor
    yep, very easy to use and great for in situ jobs kev.
    neil.

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    Thanks guys for the replys. Was away the weekend will look into it.

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