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    Reamers for Deburring

    Smooth the inside and edges of holes with these reamers. Often used to finish holes in sheet metal or to remove burrs from the ends of cut pipe and conduit, they're also known as repairmen's reamers.
    L-Handle Shank
    Image of Product. Front orientation. Contains Annotated. Reamers. Reamers for Deburring, L-Handle Shank, Straight Flute.

    Straight Flute

    Turn these reamers with the long ratcheting handle, which provides more leverage than a T-handle.
    Straight Flute—The most common flute style, these reamers are suitable for a wide range of applications, but not recommended for holes with a keyway or other breaks in the surface.
    Hardened Steel—Typically more economical but less durable than high-speed steel, these are for general purpose reaming.
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    1/8 to 20.2500" to 2.2500" (1/4" to 2 1/4")Hardened Steel6 3/8"6 5/8"16"5Inner Pipe Edges, Inner Tube Edges, Inner Conduit EdgesAluminum, Brass, Bronze, Copper, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel00000000000000
    3/8 to 30.3750" to 3.2500" (3/8" to 3 1/4")Hardened Steel9"10"16"5Inner Pipe Edges, Inner Tube Edges, Inner Conduit EdgesAluminum, Brass, Bronze, Copper, Iron, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Steel0000000000000
     
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