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General Tools 123R Micro Tubing Cutter (5/8")

General Tools 123R Micro Tubing Cutter (5/8")

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General Tools 123R Micro Tubing Cutter (5/8")

Don't let its size deceive you - General's Micro Tubing Cutter packs a powerful punch! The smallest cutter in our line, the Micro is super-condensed to fit into the tightest areas and has a swing radius of only 1-3/8". Smooth-action adjustable jaws accept tubing sizes from 1/8" to 5/8". Gold Standard, tempered cutting wheels are capable of cutting through copper, aluminum, brass and thin-wall stainless steel. Designed to perform when space is limited, such as in air conditioner or refrigerator repair.

General Tools 123R Micro Tubing Cutter (5/8") Features:
• 1/8" to 5/8" tubing sizes
• 1-3/8" swing radius
• Comfort grip for easy turning
• Large adjusting knob for greater torque on pipe
• For copper, aluminum, brass and thin-wall stainless steel up to 1/8" thickness
• Grooved rollers accept flared pipe ends to provide cuts directly below the flare
• Ideal for limited space situations
• Replacement wheel RW121/2
• Instructions: Cutting Tubing: 1. Position tubing cutter around pipe and tighten knob until pipe is snug between blade and rollers. 2. Turn the knob an extra one-half revolution for the first cut. 3. Spin tubing cutter around the pipe, making complete revolutions. Do not spin the cutter back and forth as this may bend the pipe. 4. As the tool begins to cut the pipe, tighten the knob to keep pressure on the cutting surface. 5. Continue spinning the cutter and tightening the adjustment knob until the pipe is cut. 6. Use a reamer to remove any burrs formed on the surface of the pipe
• Cutting Flared Pipe: 1. Insert the flared end of the pipe into the tubing cutter. 2. Align the pipe so that the flare sits in the grooved rollers 3. Tighten the adjustment knob until the blade is contacting the pipe below the flare. 4. Follow the tube cutting procedure above.
• Smallest tubing cutter
• Small enough to use inside air conditioning units and appliances
• Enclosed feed required only 1-1/4" clearance
• Replaceable hardened alloy steel cutter wheel (2681-2263)
• Two friction reduction steel rollers

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