GB Electrician's Triple Tap Threading Tool (Tt-10b)
- Taps 6-32, 8-32 & 10-24 threads
- Top grade rockwell 60 steel
- Cleans out or re-taps steel boxes, troughs & fixtures
*Orders shipped to stores in Alaska and Hawaii will receive a 70% shipping discount.
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Comments about GB ELECTRICAL GB Electrician's Triple Tap Threading Tool (Tt-10b):
I'm and electrician and thought that I would go "cheap" because this isnt something that I use everyday and its a simple tool. Well l should of spent a few extra dollars and bought a different brand. The shaft is not permanently mounted in the handle and is held in place by a set screw which is tapped into the plastic. It loosens up and the tool only lasted a couple of times before the screw stripped out. I think I'll drill and tap the other side and then epoxy the handle. Then again maybe I'll just save the money I'd spend on the fix and buy a Klien.