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Can't have too many tools!!!

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TheOldHokie

02-18-2014 14:32:59
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Why I waited so long to buy a hydraulic tube flaring tool is beyond me. It so much easier to handle those "odd" distances and end terminations with a custom built pipe. No hodge podge of adapters and OTS hose assemblies strung together to get from point A to point B ;-)

TOH



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Hobo,NC

02-22-2014 19:04:13
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 Re: Can't have too many tools!!! in reply to TOM N MS, 02-18-2014 14:32:59  
Looks like I can buy the dies for my tool to do a 37 deg... Price is rite may be worth a try...

http://www.tooldiscounter.com/ItemDisplay.cfm?lookup=MAS71098&source=froogle&kw=MAS71098



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mbramble

02-20-2014 20:14:15
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 Re: Can't have too many tools!!! in reply to TheOldHokie, 02-18-2014 14:32:59  
e-mail sent. Yes, it would be an IN that I need.



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mbramble

02-20-2014 06:01:41
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 Re: Can't have too many tools!!! in reply to TheOldHokie, 02-18-2014 14:32:59  
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Wow!! I really like the looks of that!!!! It would be really nice with my Hokie Hydraulics kit!!!



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TheOldHokie

02-20-2014 11:14:56
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 Re: Can't have too many tools!!! in reply to mbramble, 02-20-2014 06:01:41  
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Call or write. That is an OUT and I assume you want an IN.

TOH

TOH



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tesmith66

02-19-2014 09:36:34
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 Re: Can't have too many tools!!! in reply to TheOldHokie, 02-18-2014 14:32:59  
Nice score!!!!



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jennifer408

02-19-2014 06:32:16
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 Re: Can't have too many tools!!! in reply to TheOldHokie, 02-18-2014 14:32:59  
i agree TOH you can't have too many tools. i went and picked up this new tool yesterday. it's a ford 340B and i got it for $ 1500.00



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Ultradog MN

02-19-2014 15:45:13
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 Re: Can't have too many tools!!! in reply to jennifer408, 02-19-2014 06:32:16  
Awesome deal!
Even if it doesn't run.



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jennifer408

02-19-2014 16:43:00
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 Re: Can't have too many tools!!! in reply to Ultradog MN, 02-19-2014 15:45:13  

Ultradog MN said: (quoted from post at 16:45:13 02/19/14) Awesome deal!

Even if it doesn't run.




thanks, yea, it runs great, it only has 3 issues. a leak in the rad, needs a new seal and probably new bearing in the right rear hub and there's a crack on the bucket lift that needs to be welded. as soon as i could convince DH that it was a great deal and got his approval (for yet another tractor) i pounced on it :)
This post was edited by jennifer408 at 16:56:00 02/19/14.

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Kurt-NEPA

02-18-2014 15:25:06
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 Re: Can't have too many tools!!! in reply to TheOldHokie, 02-18-2014 14:32:59  
A man can't have too many tools, but I'm trying. SWMBO keeps me in check - at least most of the time. I just bought another band saw, that makes 4!!!!!!



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Ultradog MN

02-18-2014 15:03:28
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 Re: Can't have too many tools!!! in reply to TheOldHokie, 02-18-2014 14:32:59  
Looks good TOH.
What brand did you buy?
Got photos of it?
A good (non Harbor Fright) double flaring tool is on my short list of tools I want/need.
Hobo has posted photos of one he has that looks interesting.



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TheOldHokie

02-18-2014 16:09:04
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 Re: Can't have too many tools!!! in reply to Ultradog MN, 02-18-2014 15:03:28  
[quote="Ultr

What brand did you buy?

Got photos of it?

A good (non Harbor Fright) double flaring tool is on my short list of tools I want/need.

Hobo has posted photos of one he has that looks interesting.[/quote]

I have had a regular automotive 45* tool that does double flares for many years. But for hydraulic lines you need a 37 degree JIC flare and the heavier wall tubing is hard to flare - stainless even harder. Good JIC flaring tools are generally pretty pricey. I bought the Ridgid 337 flaring tool and it easily handled that 1/2" tube. They also have a 45* version (Model 345) that does double and bubble flares. If buying new expect to spend $100+ for either one. Hobo's tool is for automotive lines - not industrial hydraulics.

TOH
This post was edited by TheOldHokie at 07:50:21 02/19/14.

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