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Old 08-18-2017, 01:32 PM
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This Flaring Tool and Parts,,WHERE?

This flaring tool was sold to me 35 years ago, but i just this week realized in "does not double flare brake lines. SO!!I think i can turn this tool into One that will double flare. picture shows the tool in question. I can't find the "longer tubes" as pictured. I plan on making 2 more a little bit longer with long tubes and bolts-and nuts.Or does anybody no where i can get parts for this. Its made by- Rothinberger in Germany. I cannot raise any help on this. Maybe one of you guys can? Any ideas please lmk. i'd genuinely appreciate the help.i saw the longer bolts on a flaring tool such as this ,on you tube. good luck with that.Saw one of these on ebay for $1100.00. probably gold plated ha ha thanks bob s
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does anyone recognize this tool if so contact me please, bob s thank you
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If it helps, that tool is called a Rothenberger Roflare. The latest version is shown on page 9 of their product catalog, which can be downloaded from this page: (click for link).

Rothenberger tools are available from Grainger, Fastenal, and a few other professional tool suppliers in your area.

From Grainger, you could get a new one capable of single or double flares for about $130.

Mfg.Part #26033 (click for link) Flaring Tool $93.84
Mfg. Part #26034 (click for link) Double Flare Attachment $32.96

I searched for replacement parts, in case you could just get the extended stand-offs and double flare dies to convert the tool you have, but there doesn't seem to be any service parts available for it.

It appears to be a nice unit. $130 seems reasonable if it works good. Might even find a better price with some searching.

Hope this helps...

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If it helps, that tool is called a Rothenberger Roflare. The latest version is shown on page 9 of their product catalog, which can be downloaded from this page: (click for link).

Rothenberger tools are available from Grainger, Fastenal, and a few other professional tool suppliers in your area.

From Grainger, you could get a new one capable of single or double flares for about $130.

Mfg.Part #26033 (click for link) Flaring Tool $93.84
Mfg. Part #26034 (click for link) Double Flare Attachment $32.96

I searched for replacement parts, in case you could just get the extended stand-offs and double flare dies to convert the tool you have, but there doesn't seem to be any service parts available for it.

It appears to be a nice unit. $130 seems reasonable if it works good. Might even find a better price with some searching.

Hope this helps...
JOE!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH! I genuinely appreciate your time sourcing this out for ,me. Iwas starting to think i was really riding a deadhorse on this one. Again thank you Joe bob s
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I looked again at the last reply for the links to flaring too standoffs. Was nothing in there but the tool itself. And A tab for diff size buttons. So still need to find these longer standoffs. thanks for any help given bob s
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