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toyman

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Anybody out the got a new or used die for the fork on a bicycle.Would take one with or without a handle.Also,What is the size of the die.I know the thread count is 24
 

KevinsBikes

Wore out three sets of tires already!
you can get them on eBay brand new for like $20. I got one there and it worked just fine. I'd recommend the handle with it myself, since you need slight downward pressure along with the side twisting. But, many people get away without the handle.
 

TieDye

I live for the CABE
My husband made his own handle at work.
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PCHiggin

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Anybody out the got a new or used die for the fork on a bicycle.Would take one with or without a handle.Also,What is the size of the die.I know the thread count is 24
If youre cleaning up old threads its best to use a thread file. This will "dress" the bad threads without cutting into the good metal. A die will cut into the metal and make the threads loose.
 

PCHiggin

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Not true, in addition, it is probably easier for a novice to cause damage with a file.
Well,Allrighty then. I think a novice would most certainly do more damage with a die. I’d think it would take an extra extra heavy hand to destroy threads with a THREAD FILE. I’ve used both many times over the years
 
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