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Threader #8549 03/24/02 04:56 PM
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Looking for a good portable threader for rigid conduit. Up to 2" likely.

Any suggestions or links ?

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Re: Threader #8550 03/24/02 05:23 PM
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common hand threaders & tripod vise arrangements go to 2" , which wheaties powered, is truely portable & economical.
Other than that, Y not try E-bay?
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Like Sparky said, the hand theader is a good place to start. Rigid #12R is a good one. You can allways add a 'power pony' Rigid #700 to your wish list for about $1000.


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