Ratcheting DIENUT AND TAP Wrench

For the automotive, plumbing, electrical, refrigeration, machine shops, repair shops, heavy machinery, aircraft, air-conditioning, industrial, maintenance, marine, etc. (taps, dies, and screwdriver bits are not included)

Ratcheting die nut and tap tool by "ratch-cut®" has been designed to cut or renew threads on bolts or holes that are hard to reach. Feature of this tool is its hollow center to let the bolts & screws come through.

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Picture 1: Dies are exchanged by removing the two set screws located in the rotating gear section of the tool. The set screw can be accessed with the provided allen key using a slot in the front of the tool and set in proper place by aligning the dimples.

Picture 2: New vice attachment fits into the dienut opening and is tightened with the 2 set screws located around the opening with the allen key.

Picture 3: Adaptor 6/12 bushing and cutting dies are exchanged in the same way. Secure die nut firmly but do not over tighten.

Picture 4: Taps to a max of ½" dia will fit between the vice jaws and can be tightened with a regular screw driver on the adjuster screw.

Picture 5: Adaptor bushing (dn-6/12) Accepts 6 and 12 sided dies

Picture 6: Die inserted in adaptor bushing (dn-6/12)

Picture 7: It accepts american dies with an outside diameter of 1" (25mm)

Picture 8: The tool has a directional swivel switch so as to be able to release the die or tap once the job has been completed.

Picture 9: When removing the dienut or tap, the resistance is not the same as when cutting a thread. To compensate, use a finger on the double sided knurled gear to create a resistance.

Never apply more torque than the tool is designed for (20 foot pounds or 27.12 nm) and never use a "cheater bar" (a piece of pipe or bar slipped over the hand grip).

Picture 10: The vice also fits screwdriver bits when height and space is restricted.

Picture 11: Packaged in a clear transparent plastic box. Private labeling available.