|Strap Duplicator - Bushing Type||#10, 6-1/4"|
|Strap Duplicator - Bushing Type||#21, 6-1/4"|
|Strap Duplicator - Bushing Type||#30, 6-1/4"|
|Strap Duplicator - Bushing Type||#40, 6-1/4"|
|Strap Duplicator - Bushing Type||1/4", 6-1/4"|
|Strap Duplicator - Bushing Type||#10, 13-1/4"|
|Strap Duplicator - Bushing Type||#21, 13-1/4"|
|Strap Duplicator - Bushing Type||#30, 13-1/4"|
|Strap Duplicator - Bushing Type||#40, 13-1/4"|
|Strap Duplicator - Bushing Type||1/4", 13-1/4"|
For drilling an accurate hole in overlapping sheets. The Bushing type duplicator is used by sliding the end with the pin between the sheets and locating the hole to be duplicated from inside.
P/N 12-01498 is pictured.
ECON 21 STRP DP BUSH TYP 6 1/4
ECON 30 STRP DP BUSH TYP 6 1/4
ECON 40 STRP DP BUSH TYP 6 1/4
Excellent budget tool. Very well made, precise and has a great finish. Id recommend this to anyone.
Works as it should. A very handy item to have in the tool box.
Works great. Easy to use and accurate.
worked great. no issues with the first use
Great for what it is intended!
Great when you need it!
I ordered both types of duplicator straps and they were delivered 4 days later using standard postal service. Excellent service and first rate items.
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The # represents the size drill bit used for this product.
Yes, that dimension is the length.
You would want to use one of them designed for the #30 bit. #30 measures .1285 which is just over 1/8".
They are listed by the drill number you would use for the rivet. 3/32 would be a #40, 1/8 would be a #30, and 5/32 would be #21.