I am sure BJ will agree that a surprising number of jobs are made easier with the rethreading set. A good example of a common use is when you take apart something that has rust on the threads. A dab of WD-40, run the restoring tap or nut and the threads are clean as a whistle and go together like silk. This does not replace a tap set but is an excellent compliment to one. Another useful item is a set of tap sockets; they are sized to fit both standard and metric taps and really speed the process. I use mine with a 1/4" air ratchet and a generous application of Tap Magic brand cutting oil.
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Last edited by Mike; 12-20-2011 at 06:54 PM.