<VV> Flaring tool

ricknorris at suddenlink.net ricknorris at suddenlink.net
Fri Jul 30 10:21:21 EDT 2010

This is also a good flaring tool and I looked at it when I was shopping for a good one. Its only fault is you can't take it to the car to fix a line that you can't or do not want to remove from the car. The mastercool tool is portable.
Rick Norris
#36 Sunoco Corvair

---- Edelstein and Payne <eandp at mindspring.com> wrote: 
> Jim,
>      Over the years I've had a number of flaring tools, some of them cheap and mostly junk, and some not so cheap, but still not entirely satisfactory.  A few months ago I bought another tool from Eastwood, it's part no. 25304, and you mount it in a vice and then use the lever on the tool to compress a die onto the tubing.  Used it to help a friend put disk brakes on a VW bug that he and his son are re-doing, and it worked better than anything I've ever had.  It's not cheap  -  current price is $219.99 --- but I got it on sale I think for about $160.  WEll worth the money.
>           Travis Payne    65 Monza coupe
>           Raleigh, NC     65  500 coupe
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