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OTC 4503 Stinger Double Flaring Tool Kit

October 5, 2013 - Comment

The OTC Stinger double flaring toll is designed for double or single flare in copper, aluminum, soft steel brake line, and brass tubing (to 45 degrees). The chrome swivel is made of alloy steel which reduces friction and the forged yoke is made of heat-treated steel for long life and durability. The kit comes with

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The OTC Stinger double flaring toll is designed for double or single flare in copper, aluminum, soft steel brake line, and brass tubing (to 45 degrees). The chrome swivel is made of alloy steel which reduces friction and the forged yoke is made of heat-treated steel for long life and durability. The kit comes with five adapters covering sizes from 3/16 inch through 1/2 inch and 4.8 millimeters through 12.7 millimeters and a blow-molded storage case.

Product Features

  • Designed for double or single flare in copper aluminum soft steel brake line and brass tubing
  • Chrome swivel is made of alloy steel and reduces friction
  • Forged yoke is made of heat-treated steel
  • Includes five adapters covering 3/16 inch through 1/2 inch and 4.8 mm through 12.7 mm
  • Housed in a blow-molded storage case

Comments

Philip Russo "moseseatonjr" says:

OTC are always great tools This is a well made, easy to use tool that produces great results. It’s made by OTC so it is tough, and will last a lifetime if used properly. I bought a small reamer with a short handle on it, and it fit in the case like it was part of it just under the clamp bar. If you properly cut, set and ream the tubing as well as use a few drops of oil on the dies and the point of the flaring tool it will work perfectly and for quite a long time.

heater93 says:

some of it is good. i bought this kit becuase the OEM brand tool i bought from autozone broke in half. the clamp broke.ussually i am very impressed with OTC’s tools and i do own many of them. but this one is not that great.the first flare i went to make the swivel on the screw started to bend and was instantly ruined/warped making it impossible to make a clean, usable, double flare. also it was not easy to use at all as it does not have a bolt head on it but rather it has the little puny…

Stanley A. Helms "mountaineer" says:

With Flare….. I have used flaring tools on plumbing, but never attempted a double flare. Needed this while replacing brake line on vehicle. This kit provided the proper size i needed and others as well. directions were straightforward and easy to understand and finished my brake replacement with ease.I suggest this kit to anyone doing double flares.

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