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Industrial Tap, 11/16 Inch-18 SAE
Industrial Tap, 11/16 Inch-18 SAE

Industrial Tap, 11/16 Inch-18 SAE

Hobby Stock, Sprint Car, 11/16-18 SAE Thread Pitch, 4.06" Overall Length, 1.86" Thread Length

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Industrial Tap, 11/16 Inch-18 SAE
Industrial Tap, 11/16 Inch-18 SAE
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Thread Pitch:
11/16-18 SAE
Overall Length:
4.06"
Thread Length:
1.86"
Material Type:
Steel
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Use 5/8" drill for this tap.
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We supply those hard-to-find industrial taps. 4-flutes. Choose left hand or right hand thread for each tap.

Learn why running a tap or die over new threads is so important prior to assembly in our tech article, Installing New Hardware.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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