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LH CEI Taps and Die

bmetcalf

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VOC Member
I am posting this for Club member Mike Breeding


I need a source for 7/16” and 1/2” left hand, high speed steel, CEI taps.
Also, a source for 1 1/8” CEI dies.
I’m willing to pay to have these made, if they cannot be found off the shelf. Any ideas?

The left taps are for the Brampton fork links we are getting ready to machine.
The die is for the Brampton and Girdraulic lower fork stems. We have carbide, CEI inserts from an Israeli firm that work quite well but I’d still like a proper die.

Any help would be appreciated.

Michael Breeding
http://www.mikesvincentparts.com

 

mr.hutch

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VOC Member
You might also try www.TracyTools.com they have always provided a good service, UK based, but offer worldwide delivery.

All the best mr.hutch


I am posting this for Club member Mike Breeding


I need a source for 7/16” and 1/2” left hand, high speed steel, CEI taps.
Also, a source for 1 1/8” CEI dies.
I’m willing to pay to have these made, if they cannot be found off the shelf. Any ideas?

The left taps are for the Brampton fork links we are getting ready to machine.
The die is for the Brampton and Girdraulic lower fork stems. We have carbide, CEI inserts from an Israeli firm that work quite well but I’d still like a proper die.

Any help would be appreciated.

Michael Breeding
http://www.mikesvincentparts.com
 
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