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Craftsman 40 pc. Tap and Die Set, Master Rethreader
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Craftsman 40 pc. Tap and Die Set, Master Rethreader

Item# 00952105000P | Model# 52105 | Added on July 26, 2010
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This master set contains most sizes for immediate repair of damaged and nicked threads on bolts and nuts. Parts heat-treated for strength and color coded for easy identification. CONTENTS: 18 Rethreader Taps, 20 Rethreader Dies and 2 Thread Files with vinyl grips; Total: 40 Pieces. Rethreader Taps: National Coarse1/4 in. - 20, 5/16 in. - 18, 3/8 in. - 16, 7/16 in. - 14, 1/2 in. - 13, 9/16 in. - 12. National Fine 1/4 in. - 28, 5/16 in. - 24, 3/8 in. - 24, 7/16 in. - 20, 1/2 in. - 20, 9/16 in. - 18. Metric 6 - 1.00mm, 8 - 1.25mm, 10 - 1.50mm, 12 - 1.25mm, 12 - 1.50mm, 12 - 1.75mm. Rethreader Dies: National Coarse 1/4 in. - 20, 5/16 in. - 18, 3/8 in. - 16, 7/16 in. - 14, 1/2 in. - 13, 9/16 in. - 12, 5/8 in. - 11. National Fine 1/4 in. - 28, 5/16 in. - 24, 3/8 in. - 24, 7/16 in. - 20, 1/2 in. - 20, 9/16 in. - 18, 5/8 in. - 18. Metric 6 - 1.00mm, 8 - 1.25mm, 10 - 1.50mm, 12 - 1.25mm, 12 - 1.50mm, 12 - 1.75mm. Thread Files: US Thread Pitch 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24. Metric Thread Pitch: .75, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00.

Stores in durable blow-molded case. Set includes seven National Coarse dies, seven National Fine dies, six Metric dies, six National Coarse taps, six National Fine taps, six Metric taps, one standard rethread file with eight sizes and one metric rethread file with eight sizes.
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7 found this review helpful
by MilesDD
August 13th, 2008
it'e good

Unless your thread is really destroyed, these re-thread dies and taps will fix the threads. Tip: Instead of drilling out and inserting a HeliCoil, just go to the next largest size SAE ot Metric thread and re-tap at that size. For example, if you ruin a metric 6mm bolt, then just drill and re-tap for a 1/4" - 20 bolt

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2 found this review helpful
by duste01
July 1st, 2011
good concept, poor quality control.

It it cheaply made and poorly put together. Parts not right, nor labeled right and needs to be sent back to get the right parts labeled right.

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summerjam

craftsman

got this item to help me put wheels on my sons racecare. It ended up beign a great tool and very easy to use. Would definitly recommend it and like that it is crafsman and is made of good quality.

29 days ago via sears.com
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SteveRW

Good tool, good price

Bought this set because I'm restoring an old car & need to correct years of old rusty parts. This set is great for the reason it was created

December 29th, 2013 via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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AKtoolman

Great deal, even if incomplete

This set was in 'Clearance' due to a missing part. The price was outstanding. It's about the last threading tool that I didn't have so will complete my threading-problem/solution arsenal.

December 13th, 2013 via sears.com
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PaulM17

did not work

did not work, purchased actual taps to clean the threads

September 3rd, 2013 via sears.com
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BSabo

DO NOT BUY

Broke a retheading tap, and was told I CANNOT get another one, even buy one. Craftsman products have really gone down hill.. Even ************* stands behind their products better than Sears.

August 28th, 2013 via craftsman.com
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university69

Good product

Good product at this price point. Could use less standard and more metric.

July 5th, 2013 via sears.com
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casedude

Still made in USA!

As more and more Craftsman products are switching to Chinese production (alot of american tool brands are doing it too), it is getting rarer to find tools still made in USA, get this while it still is american made, you'll be glad you did!

April 6th, 2013 via sears.com
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bluediamond1

this is the right tool to clean up threads

These are really thread chasers. I used this tool set to clean up some threads on a cylinder head and it worked. It removed some dirt and little bit of metal shavings from the threaded hole. Just go slow when you turn it. It's better to use this tool if you want to clean up threads, if you want to cut new threads you would use a tap which is a different tool.

March 30th, 2013 via sears.com
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Kathleen H
February 4th, 2013
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Buy It Now, You May Need It Later!

<p><strong> Made In The USA.  Model# 52105  </strong> Is Not A Tap &amp; Die - <em> it is a rethreading kit,</em> It is not intended for cutting new threads. The items are cutting tools and have a limited life expectancy and Do Not have a<em> Lifetime Warranty.</em></p>
<p> In the event this set looks familiar It should, it is a rebranded <em>Kastar</em> product.  As you well know <em>Kastar</em> specializes in a number of areas, including rethreading tools, so the quality is definitely there.</p>
<p>With the proper use this set will allow you to quickly repair damaged and nicked threads on various bolts and nuts.</p>
<p>48 pc. SAE &amp; Metric Thread Restorer  Kit # 971 2750 is another <em>Kastar</em> product as well.</p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><em><strong>Ensure you check the included sizes prior to purchase.</strong></em></p>

January 18th, 2013 via craftsman.com
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Don Brady
December 5th, 2012
rut610

Worked Great!

Retreaded several bolts and retreaded several holes on a restoration project.

December 3rd, 2012 via sears.com
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Mike Braxmaier

how did you ever get along without it?

you wouldn't think you would use one of these so much until you have one, then you use it all the time.

November 12th, 2012
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Tom1434

Rethreader

Very nice quality, has a good common size range

November 7th, 2012 via sears.com
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Sean172

Worth the money

<p>I am an engine machinist and builder whereas I am constantly going over and repairing threads. This kit is excellent! I have used it on a daily basis since I bought it and is much better than using taps and dies which will remove material. I would recomend this set highly.</p>

August 20th, 2012 via craftsman.com
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lilthuggr

Craftsman 40 pc. Tap and Die Set is the best for the dollar

I got this 40 pc. set a few weeks ago. The most useful part of the set for me is the thread chaser. I work at an auto shop and I use almost all Craftsman tools and this is the best for the price.

March 29th, 2012 via sears.com
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Toolguy22

Tap and die set comes in a nice box in both SAE and Metric sizes

<p>Tap and Die set is value priced and had the sizes I needed.</p>

January 9th, 2012 via sears.com
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kythri

The Master Rethreader Set handles the job perfectly!

<p>This is a rebranded Kastar product.  Kastar specializes in a number of areas, including rethreading tools, so the quality is definitely there, but with the added convenience of Sears/Craftsman service.</p>
<p>A rethreading kit is far preferrable to a standard tap and die kit, as you only want to chase the threads and clean them up, not cut entirely new ones.</p>
<p>This kit is nicely comprehensive for most tasks and carries a great price.</p>
<p>No, the warranty isn't &quot;lifetime&quot;, but this is a wear-product.  Sandpaper doesn't carry a lifetime warranty.  Saw blades don't carry a lifetime warranty.  Taps and dies that wear out aren't going to carry a lifetime warranty, either.</p>

November 23rd, 2011 via sears.com
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packardsoftware

Absolutely useless! Don't waste your money.

<p>You would be better off just running your bolt through the thread you are trying to clean up.  This is not even close to the sharpness or hardness of a standard tap.  Waste of money.  Had to go out and buy a real tap to clean up the threads.  Would've bought the tap in the first place, but Sears did not have the size I needed.</p>

October 10th, 2011 via sears.com
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duste01

good concept, poor quality control.

<p>It it cheaply made and poorly put together. Parts not right, nor labeled right and needs to be sent back to get the right parts labeled right.</p>

July 1st, 2011 via sears.com
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