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Old 02-05-2009, 12:35 PM   #1
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Default Left hand thread restorer, die or chaser?

I need to get a thread chaser or die for a left handed thread.
I got a piece of equipment that has male threads on the end of a shaft. The threads are 10mm x 1.0 and they are kinda stripped. The nut that threads onto the shaft was stripped also, but I can replace that, but the threaded shaft is a few grand, I just don't got that kind of cash. Can anyone tell me where to order the die or chaser?
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I think you can find those at Big Lots.
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http://www.autozone.com/R,3025620/st...ductDetail.htm

It's a loaner thing too. Not sure if it has 1.0 though.
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It's a loaner thing too. Not sure if it has 1.0 though.
Naw, AZ doesn't have taps or dies for left hand thread, nor do they have the M10x1.0 pitch that I need.
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Naw, AZ doesn't have taps or dies for left hand thread, nor do they have the M10x1.0 pitch that I need.
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Restores both left and right handed thread
Are you sure? Looks like they carry it. Looks like it will do repair for 10x1.0, but only with that "thread file" i guess. Will those thread repair files work to repair threads?

http://www.oem-tools.com/product_inf...788558cb976fdc
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Item 27142: OEM Thread Restoring File, Tap, and Die Kit #1 Thread file metric pitches: .75, 1, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2, 2.5, and 3mm #2 Thread file pitches: 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20, and 24 threads per inch #3 Thread file pitches: 9, 10, 12, 16, 20, 27, 28, and 32 threads per inch Taps: 1/4" - 9/16" popular sizes (course and fine); 6-14mm popular sizes pitches Dies: 1/4" - 9/16" (course and fine) These will restore both left and right handed thread.
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Trust me, I spent about an hour searching the web and calling tool suppliers, nobody has one in stock for a LEFT HAND thread M10x1.0
There was one company who would be able to custom make one but they quoted me like $300 for the die.
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I need to get a thread chaser or die for a left handed thread.
you made a left handed thread and now you need to get a thread chaser or you will die? you mean banned?
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