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  • What’s this little tool called?
  • Premier Icon honourablegeorge
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    The one at 2:23 of the video below (should start at the right time)

    I guess it’s a reamer of some sort, but not had any luck finding one.

    Premier Icon Tracey
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    Just got in before me. Ours is on the end of the pipe cutters.

    Premier Icon pistonbroke
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    Available from PX, who knew?

    Premier Icon honourablegeorge
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    Aaagh. “Deburring” is the word my brain just refused to come up with. Thanks all.

    Premier Icon brownsauce
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    you could do the same job with a file so not really worth while buying a specific tool

    and to be honest having a sharp inner edge of a steerer tube is going to do no harm anyway.

    resist the temptation to buy shit you dont really need lol

    Premier Icon bigyan
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    Deburring tool

    You can get them on ebay for £6, or £4.50 if you can wait from China.

    They are really handy, faster than a file, also for deburring shallow blind holes that are a pain to file.

    You can still get the triangular old school scrapers for deburring, but those swivel ones are cheap, handy and fast to use (if you have a use for them).

    Premier Icon honourablegeorge
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    brownsauce

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    you could do the same job with a file so not really worth while buying a specific tool

    and to be honest having a sharp inner edge of a steerer tube is going to do no harm anyway.

    resist the temptation to buy shit you dont really need lol

    This is all 100% true, and I agree totally, and will buy it anyway.

    Premier Icon DezB
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    I’m going to call it Trevor.
    And use a file instead.

    Premier Icon esselgruntfuttock
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    & there was me expecting it to be about Reece Mogg or Corbyn. (& many more in between)

    Premier Icon Andy
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    essel years ago I worked with someone nicknamed “the gimlet” because he was a small boring tool

    Premier Icon stevied
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    You can get them on ebay for £6, or £4.50 if you can wait from China.

    Or become a machinist and get work to buy them for you 🙂 Must have about 20 different sizes & shapes in my toolbox..

    Premier Icon Onzadog
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    Everyone should have one of these. Even if you just get a bit of scrap tubing. It’s perhaps the single most satisfying tool I ever get to use.

    Premier Icon walleater
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    One of these is way faster:

    http://www.icetoolz.com/ec99/rwd1111/product.asp?prodid=16B1

    And have the added advantage of looking somewhat amusing when they wear….

    Premier Icon bigyan
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    You can get an internal/external pipe deburrer as well. (forgot about them, need to go add it to the ebay shopping basket) Has internal/extrernal blades so it can put a nice chamfer on the outside as well, who needs files when you can file another drawer with useful crap.

    Premier Icon DrP
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    ^^ do NOT mix this up with a Fleshlight ™ in the heat of the moment…

    Trust me etc etc..

    DrP

    Premier Icon joshvegas
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    It’s perhaps the single most satisfying tool I ever get to use.

    Not until they uninvent the starfanglednuttool.

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