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Old 02-20-2005, 07:31 AM
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tie rod/balljoint tapered reamer ?

some time ago, there was a thread that had a link to a place that sold tapered reamers for tie rod & balljoint holes at a reasonable cost. does anybody still have that info ? thanks in advance for your effort.

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Speedway Motors sells them and an Ebay store sells them.
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do a search for xkut on google.
i bought both for less money than one of speedways...
they are NOT spiral fluts but if you are not gonna use 'em for prodution work, they're fine.
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thanks guys ! this was exactly the info i was looking for !
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