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ARP 911-0002

ARP 5/16" x 18 Thread Cleaning Chaser

070-911-0002

Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 12/28/18

$16.99
ARP 5/16" x 18 Thread Cleaning Chaser $16.99
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QTY
5/16'' x 18 Thread Cleaning Chaser

Specifications:

Quantity
Sold individually
Thread Chaser Finish
Zinc plated
Thread Chaser Material
Steel
Thread Chaser Thread Size (in.)
5/16-18
Manufacturer's Part Number:
911-0002
Shipping Weight:
0.07
Package Height:
5.8
Package Depth:
0.4
Package Width:
3.8

ARP's Thread Cleaning Chasers are designed with correct thread pitch and diameter to clean dirty blind or thru holes. These taps come in five USS sizes: 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 7/16" and 1/2", as well as metric. They are a handy addition to the tool box of any serious engine builder and an essential aid to preparing any block for final assembly. Sold individually.

Note: These are strictly cleaning taps and are NOT designed to cut thread.

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