Good reasonably price 37 deg flare tool

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85yota

TT Motorsports
Nov 18, 2004
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Looking to get a good and reasonably priced 37 deg flare tool to do -3AN fittings for my trucks brake lines. I need some for cheap like $50 and some for well over $300 which i'm sure are awesome but what has people used that worked good on here. Thanks.
 

85yota

TT Motorsports
Nov 18, 2004
10,280
1,449
113
Santa Maria, CA
www.tt-motorsports.com
I found this Rigid one and used one 8+ years ago for regular brake line 45 deg fittings but anyone have experience with it.

 

socalkid92

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Nov 9, 2010
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I found this Rigid one and used one 8+ years ago for regular brake line 45 deg fittings but anyone have experience with it.

I have that one, works great and feels really solid. I’ve had no problem flaring stainless 3/16 brake line. I have only done aluminum 1/2” and 5/8” tubing with it though. But with the 1/2” I’m sure it would do great.
 
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partybarge_pilot

Uno mas Cervesa!
May 14, 2004
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I have this one and felt like it was money well spent. I think I paid under 300 shipped for the tool and the 37 degree die

Kinda shitty it only comes with the 45* die's. 37's are a lot more useful. It would be nice if you could buy it with just the 37 die's.

I have the strap on version of the other one pictured above. It works but not super impressive.
 

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