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Old 06-16-2018, 10:44:32 PM
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where can i get a left hand die for cleaning theards on wmb n,wm,etc crank shaft
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Try Fastenal
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Mcmaster-Carr.
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what theard is it 1/2 x28???
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It's used to attach a muzzle break to a gun. It's the thread used on the end of the barrel.
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Mcmaster Carr for sure but dont forget amazon
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