3/4 inch pipe threading die

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3/4 inch pipe threading die

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Evening folks,
Sorry it’s not bike related, but does anybody own a 3/4” pipe die, I have a pipe vice but seems silly to spend £40 on a die for just 2 sets of threads, when somebody might own 1 that could either thread or lend it to me whilst I thread them outside there property or on the public road Some beer tokens available if anybody could help me please. I’m in Exeter, but don’t mind travelling to close by areas.

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Re: 3/4 inch pipe threading die

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I have access to a roto stock which is more for use on galv pipe up to 2"bsp.

Other option is Tracy tools in newton abbot which are sensible price for items like that
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Re: 3/4 inch pipe threading die

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Sounds like something a plumber or pipe fitter might have, or a small engineering concern perhaps.
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Re: 3/4 inch pipe threading die

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Ruffian wrote: Mar 29th, '21, 19:22 I have access to a roto stock which is more for use on galv pipe up to 2"bsp.

Other option is Tracy tools in newton abbot which are sensible price for items like that
Hi Ruffian

It is galvanised 3/4” pipe, my ex wife suffers from rheumatoid arthritis & has been struggleing with the handrail at home, but she’s able to comfortably grip without to much pain. So with fittings I’ve made a bannister for the stairs. I made a bit of a balls up when originally ordering total length, with fittings. If you could assist that would be great.

Yes Robby it’s something a comercial pipe fitter would use, just trying my luck to see if anybody on here would be able to help.

Mark
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Re: 3/4 inch pipe threading die

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Sparkymarky wrote: Apr 1st, '21, 05:30
Ruffian wrote: Mar 29th, '21, 19:22 I have access to a roto stock which is more for use on galv pipe up to 2"bsp.

Other option is Tracy tools in newton abbot which are sensible price for items like that
Hi Ruffian

It is galvanised 3/4” pipe, my ex wife suffers from rheumatoid arthritis & has been struggleing with the handrail at home, but she’s able to comfortably grip without to much pain. So with fittings I’ve made a bannister for the stairs. I made a bit of a balls up when originally ordering total length, with fittings. If you could assist that would be great.

Yes Robby it’s something a comercial pipe fitter would use, just trying my luck to see if anybody on here would be able to help.

Mark
Good luck with sorting this for Mrs Sparkymarky. I know a little about the dreaded Arthur Itis and can fully sympathise :(
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Re: 3/4 inch pipe threading die

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Sparkymarky wrote: Apr 1st, '21, 05:30
Ruffian wrote: Mar 29th, '21, 19:22 I have access to a roto stock which is more for use on galv pipe up to 2"bsp.

Other option is Tracy tools in newton abbot which are sensible price for items like that
Hi Ruffian

It is galvanised 3/4” pipe, my ex wife suffers from rheumatoid arthritis & has been struggleing with the handrail at home, but she’s able to comfortably grip without to much pain. So with fittings I’ve made a bannister for the stairs. I made a bit of a balls up when originally ordering total length, with fittings. If you could assist that would be great.

Yes Robby it’s something a comercial pipe fitter would use, just trying my luck to see if anybody on here would be able to help.

Mark
It is something that can be sorted,
If you let me know a sort of time scale you will need it doing we can probably meet up and get it done easy enough.
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