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    Default Enco LARGE Tap head

    This is a LARGE Tap head. In a metal case with Allen wrenches needed included in box 4 snap in tap holders. R8 shank.Asking $450 email [email protected][img][/img]
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    Quote Originally Posted by creep View Post
    This is a LARGE Tap head. In a metal case with Allen wrenches needed included in box 4 snap in tap holders. R8 shank.Asking $450 email [email protected]
    Pix ?
    Model number ?
    "Actual capacity" ?

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    Smaller items branded Enco could be made in many different places, especially if it is older, many prospective buyers would be interested in country of manufacture also.

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    The time to edit my post must have expired, I didn't know there was a limit. Nice to see a pic, how about some info. What is the range of those collets? You also haven't even said if it works good.

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    The max tap shank size is .625. The only numbers I can find on it are B5030171 and 1519. It works fine.

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    No affiliation with the seller. I think I have the exact same ENCO unit. Bilz style tap holders, made in France.

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    Cyclotronguy is my price fair on this? Just wanting to be fair.


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