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NAPA Service Tool - In-Line Flaring Tool Part # SER 161A

Features & Benefits Low Profile Design Allows For Use On The Car Or Off, Designed To Be Used w/ Ratchet To Make Flares Easier, In-Line Design Makes More Accurate Flare, Double Clamp & Hex Scew Design Keeps Tubing Locked Tightly In Position Attributes Single or Double Flare : Double Flare Tubing Material : Thin Walled Steel & Copper Tubing Tubing Size Range : 3/16" & 4.75 mm


 


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Using Double Flare Tools , Cal-Van master in line flaring tool 165
Using Double Flare Tools and brake line.. I have two different kinds of Double flare tools here and i am going to tell what i think of both double flaring tools. To be fair the Cal-Van master in line flaring tool 165 cost about three times what the blue cased double flare tool. I use both double flaring tools in the video and show how i use both flaring tools. I also talk about my thoughts on different brake line. The vinyl coated brake line ,non coated brake line ,and copper nickel brake line. Cutting the brake line and preparing the brake line to flare is a very important step. I also talk about unions and compression fittings. wtbm123. Due to G+ Allowing links to be posted and I do not have time to make sure all links are safe ,ANY post with a link in it will be deleted. This is a how i do it video.





Hand-held Brake Pipe Flaring Tool (Powerhand, Serenco Nederland BV)
Lightweight and easy-to-use, the new Powerhand brake pipe fl aring tool will fl are steel and cupra nickel tubing. Manufactured in the UK from high quality sintered steel, the fl aring tool is built to last in the toughest of workshop environments.





Improving the way you double flare
If you are a streetrodder that likes to build, fabricate, design and create when you put a rod together, or if you have ever wondered "HOW" someone else does the same job or a certain procedure, then visit our blog Streetrod101inc.blogspot.com, or our website Streetrod101.net. Our DVD is an exceptional tool used to teach, train, substitute and stimultate your mind to create that "one of a kind" project that you have been thinking about for years, or perhaps finish the project that you started some time ago. Either way we would love to help you get that procrastination monkey off your back and get started!





How to Make a Bubble Brake Line Flare: FMSI
Demonstration of creating a bubble flare. Please note that a invert brake line fitting is shown in video, and to use only a bubble flare tube nut for bubble flares. Brake line used in video was cupro nickel 3/16" along with double flaring kit 5403. www.fmsiinc.com





Fixing Leaking Rusty Brake Lines
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 45 years, shows how easy it is to repair leaking brake lines yourself. You just need a cheap little tube cutter , some brake line replacement that comes in a roll, and connectors to connect the new line to the old line after cutting the rusty parts out.





Flaring Lines #3, ISO flares
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Brake Tube Flaring & Bending
First half is bending. Flaring starts about 20min in. Use this info at your own risk. Brake problems can be deadly. If you can't do you own work correctly, seek a professional. This is how I do it and it's just just for demonstration purposes and not intended to instruct. In the vid, I say they're aluminum lines, but they are steel lines. I was helping a buddy with his A100 van and I had the tools handy. Thought I'd throw together some info that might help the less experienced see that brake line work isn't rocket science.....but it does have to be done right. There's lots of info on the web on how to do this so do your homework. The vid includes flares made with a common, very cheap flaring tool and with a CPP kit. The CPP flaring tool is well worth the money if you do brake lines more than once. **update 8/11/13** Looks like the price is now $70, about half what I paid. www.classicperform.com Part #CPDFT-D ***NOTE: The notches in the mandrel bar of the CPP tool are the depth gauge for the tubing preset. Thank you to the those that have pointed that out!! I sincerely appreciate you educating me!!!! :) Like us on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/bluehandsvideo Check out our products! http://www.bluehandsinc.com Behind-the-scenes look at what we do! http://www.bluehandsvideo.com





Fastest Flaring Tool in The West
Produce professional tube flares in a matter of seconds. This highly efficient tool allows you quick profits and improved customer service. Create SAE (Single) "bubble", DIN (single), "Mushroom" and SAE/DIN (double) flares.





Harbor Freight Double Flare Kit
Demonstrating the double flare kit available at harbor freight.





Brake Line Fittings
In this video you will learn the basic s of brake lines and brake line fittings.





Flare Tubing in 3 Easy Steps: Eastwood's 37º Brake Tubing Flaring Tool Attachment
LINK TO BUY 37º FLARING TOOL ATTACHMENT: http://www.eastwood.com/37-deg-flare-die-set-for-25304.html?reltype=2&paren t_id=2834&utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=Annotation&utm_content=37%C2%BA%20B rake%20Flaring%20Tool&utm_campaign=2014-01-2 LINK TO BUY 45º FLARING TOOL: http://www.eastwood.com/professional-brake-tubing-flaring-tool.html?utm_sou rce=Youtube&utm_medium=Annotation&utm_content=45%C2%BA%20Brake%20Flaring%20 Tool&utm_campaign=2014-01-28 Eastwood 37-degree Flare Dies for EW Pro. Flare Tool Item #30005 Add these 37-degree Flare Dies to our Pro Brake Tubing Flaring Tool so you can do even more. If you have our 25304 Professional Brake Tubing Flaring Tool, you can already easily produce 45-degree flares. But add this flare die kit and you'll also be able to create the 37-degree flares used in many custom, hydraulic and military applications where AN- or JIC-type fittings are used. It's a "must have" accessory for custom plumbing and line-fitting on your street rod or hot rod. Put 37-degree flares on 3/16", 1/4", 5/16" and 3/8" tubing 7 punch sizes, turret-style 4 die blocks Professional Brake Tubing Flaring Tool Item #25304 Professional Brake-Flaring Tool lets you create 3 kinds of precision flares, in any of 5 sizes of tubing, in minimal time This brake line flaring tool will pay for itself with the first project, and it'll give you peace of mind knowing that your brake flares are of OE-precision quality and safety. You don't want to skimp on the brake system of your project vehicle! Create 45-degree single, double and bubble brake flares in seconds Brake-flaring tool works with stainless steel, steel, and soft metal tubing Use for brake lines, transmission cooler lines, fuel lines Turret-style indexed head keeps all brake-line-flaring forming dies ready to use Quick-release "T"-handle screw clamp securely holds the tube-retaining dies Includes brake-flare forming tool; 3/16", 1/4", 5/16", 3/8" and 4.75mm tube-retaining dies; handle; instructions and case. Eastwod has everything you need to do the job right when you're restoring a car, truck or motorcycle - welders, plasma cutters, rust solutions, powder coating supplies, soda and abrasive blasters, paint and paint guns, specialty tools, metal fab equipment, hand tools and more. Since 1978.





AGS Company - Flare Guide
A Certified Master Mechanic discusses American Grease Stick's (AGS) Flare Guide.





Review - Rigid Flare Kit #345
Here we take a look at an excellent tube flaring kit from Rigid. I have used this tool for several years and find that it is best and easiest flare tool that I have tried. The video review includes a demonstration of how to use the kit to make your own double lap flare on 3/16" brake line. The tool works well for larger lines (fuel, A/C) as well. Too Many Parts aims to provide viewers with brief reviews and how to demos presenting tools and machines of interest to the home machinist, mechanic and hobbyist. The demonstrations and opinions are based on equipment and machinery we bought and use in our home garage workshop to restore cars, build electric vehicles (EVs) and do general machining of metals (steel, aluminum and brass) and plastics (including urethane). We try to show you the good and bad features and present the pros and cons so that you can make an informed decision about what brand or model to buy and where to get it, hopefully at the best price.





Brake And Fuel Line Fabrication
This video describes how to fabricate new hardline brake or fuel lines for your project car. This covers measuring, cutting tube, bnding the lines and flaring the tube.





Mastercool 71475 "Hydra-Flare" Universal Hydraulic Flaring Tool video 1 of 2
Demo of 45 degree Double flare. Kit fabricates Push Connect 1/4, 5/16, 3/8"; GM Fuel Line Flare, Brake Lines and Transmission 5/16, 3/8"; Flare/Double Flare 3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 1/2"; Metric Bubble Flare 4.75, 6, 8, 10mm. BUY IT AT http://www.devildogtools.com/ma71unhyflto.html





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