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Best tubing flare tool?

I'm looking for recommendations on who makes the best inverted flaring tool with a cost under $125.

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double inverted flaring tool.

Eastman has proven itself to me. I have tried several and returned them all.
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Thanks Vince. I found the Ridgid 345DL/150 kit with all the flare inverting buttons and a tubing cutter. It is nicely made and looks like it will support the work properly to do good flares.
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Thanks Vince. I found the Ridgid 345DL/150 kit with all the flare inverting buttons and a tubing cutter. It is nicely made and looks like it will support the work properly to do good flares.
Your welcome, I have always found Rigid tools to be first class. My Rigid 37 degree flare tool is in high demand since the building has kicked off in our club. I just wish they would reintroduce their famed calendars

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