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Tool Talk Discussion Forum

Tool Of The DAy,

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Guido

05-16-2018 19:05:57




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Hello,

I have had this tool for a long time. I have no idea where I got it. Number 336 Greenfield made in the U.S.A.

GUIDO.




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Hobo,NC

05-17-2018 18:38:16




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 Re: Tool Of The DAy, in reply to Guido, 05-16-2018 19:05:57  
I brought a socket set to drive taps I have not used one of those thangs in years...

http://www.lislecorp.com/divisions/products/?product=398



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Bobcatz

05-17-2018 11:53:44




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 Re: Tool Of The DAy, in reply to Guido, 05-16-2018 19:05:57  
I remember at work it was usual to press a nut on the end of the tap using a bench vice & then a socket & extension & ratchet used to run the tap!
I still have a few taps with nuts still on them.
Bobcatz



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Russ from MN

05-17-2018 16:06:57




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 Re: Tool Of The DAy, in reply to Bobcatz, 05-17-2018 11:53:44  
I have a whole set with nuts pressed on them, used them with an impact, you would be surprised how good it works. use good lube, and reverse often. I learned this from an old time shade tree mechanic.



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Mule Meat

05-17-2018 07:41:21




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 Re: Tool Of The DAy, in reply to Guido, 05-16-2018 19:05:57  
Dad had a collection of differnt sized T handle for taps when he worked for a company that rebuilt International heavy mining equiptment. He rebuilt cylinder heads for them.

I was a small kid then. But remember everything was "pay" except for the T series dozers.. Pay Hauler, pay scraper, pay grader, pay loader.

Nothing like hearing a freshly remaned. T25 dozer engine running under full load on a dyno for 24 hours.

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Mike M

05-17-2018 07:19:31




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 Re: Tool Of The DAy, in reply to Guido, 05-16-2018 19:05:57  
I bought a set of 4 or so ? similar to that at a yard sale years ago. The ones I have the tap is made to the handle soldered in or something ? Handle at the tee part looks just like yours. These let you go way down in a deep hole.



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Jim in rush co

05-17-2018 06:49:59




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 Re: Tool Of The DAy, in reply to Guido, 05-16-2018 19:05:57  

Hi Guido, mine is a #337 but not sure what the difference is. Also included a few more, I use the 337 or the round one most of the time and it has 4 different sizes.



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flembo

05-17-2018 04:20:37




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 Re: Tool Of The DAy, in reply to Guido, 05-16-2018 19:05:57  
Well in the case of not having a long tap wrench like that you can always get a pulley tap also called extended tap, McMaster Carr has them.



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CGID

05-16-2018 19:26:20




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 Re: Tool Of The DAy, in reply to Guido, 05-16-2018 19:05:57  
Greenfield makes the taps and dies everyone wants. The cost of Greenfields is what drives most people to HF.



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jniolon

05-16-2018 19:25:21




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 Re: Tool Of The DAy, in reply to Guido, 05-16-2018 19:05:57  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

did they make them that long to help get them plumb ??



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Steve@Advance

05-16-2018 19:37:29




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 Re: Tool Of The DAy, in reply to jniolon, 05-16-2018 19:25:21  
It's for threading a set screw hole in a gear, pulley, or sprocket hub that is too close to turn the T handle.

Or any other application that requires a deep reach.



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Guido

05-16-2018 19:29:42




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 Re: Tool Of The DAy, in reply to jniolon, 05-16-2018 19:25:21  
Hello jniolon,

I don't know, it is maybe 10" long?

Guido.



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