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Old 11-01-2017, 12:13 PM
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Some kind of hone or clean up tool?
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That is a reamer used by machinists and/or tool and die makers, etc., to debur I.D.
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That is a reamer used by machinists and/or tool and die makers, etc., to debur I.D.
So I was kinda close LOL. Thanks!
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Tapered reamer, used to cut tapered holes such as tie rod or ball joints.
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Which one? The one in the picture, or the one at the other end of the handle?
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