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Highking Tool Thread Repair Kit, M12 x 1.5 mm Metric Thread Repa

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Product description

Size:M12X1.5

15 Pieces Thread Repair Recoil Insert Kit M12 x 1.5 x16.3 mm

????FEATURES:
This thread repair kit is for M12 to repair damaged or worn out threads.
They can also be used to create new stronger threads in original equipment.
Sprung insert coils create a stronger thread than the original metal.
Ideal for restoring damaged threads, suitable for engine repair and other automotive applications for steel, cast iron and aluminium.

????SPECIFICATIONS:
Thread size: M12 x1.5mm
Thread inserts material: stainless steel
Thread tap and the drill material: HSS
Package size : 19.5 x 10.5 x 3.5cm
Scope of application: machine
Weight: 450g

????OPERATION GUIDE:
1.Drill out damaged thread using correctly sized drill bit(supplied)
2.Tap re-drilled hole using tap supplied
3.Load coiled insert into applicator
4.Screw coil into casting
5.Using lug breaking tool,break off tag on insert
6.Thread is repaired and ready to use.

????PACKAGE LIST:
10 x Wire Thread Inserts
1 x Twist Drill Bit
1 x Break Pin Tool
1 x Installation Tool
1 x Hex Key
1 x Tap

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