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STRAP DUPLICATOR - INVERTED TYPE

From $9.50 to $10.65
Description Part Number Price Buy
ECON 10 STRP DP INV TYP 6 1/4
12-01505
$10.65
Quantity
ECON 21 STRP DP INV TYP 6 1/4
12-01506
$9.50
Quantity
ECON 30 STRAP DP INV TYP 6 1/4
12-01507
$9.50
Quantity
ECON 40 STRAP DP INV TPY 6 1/4
12-01508
$9.50
Quantity
ECON 1/4 STRP DP INV TYP 6 1/4
12-01509
$9.50
Quantity
ECON 10 STRP DP INV TYP 13 1/4
12-01510
$10.65
Quantity
ECON 21 STRP DP INV TYP 13 1/4
12-01511
$10.65
Quantity
ECON 30 STRP DP INV TYP 13 1/4
12-01512
$10.65
Quantity
ECON 40 STRP DP INV TYP 13 1/4
12-01513
$10.65
Quantity
ECON 1/4 STRP DP INV TP 13 1/4
12-01514
$10.65
Quantity
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Overview

For drilling an accurate hole in overlapping sheets. The inverted type duplicator allows you to locate a hole from the back of an overlaping sheet. #10 #21 #30 #40 1/4" drill sizes, 6-1/4" or 13-1/4"

PN 12-01507 is pictured.

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Reviews

My fault for not looking at the picture more carefully before buying. The description even says INVERTED TYPE. The tool is quite well made but not what I expected or wanted. I have not come across a use for this type of strap duplicator yet but for the price of the tool relative to the shipping I will just keep them and see if a need ever comes up.

Airborne A
February 11, 2019

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Please note, Aircraft Spruce's personnel are not certified aircraft mechanics and can only provide general support and ideas, which should not be relied upon or implemented in lieu of consulting an A&P or other qualified technician. Aircraft Spruce assumes no responsibility or liability for any issue or problem which may arise from any repair, modification or other work done from this knowledge base. Any product eligibility information provided here is based on general application guides and we recommend always referring to your specific aircraft parts manual, the parts manufacturer or consulting with a qualified mechanic.

Q: What size should I order for instrument panel screw holes?

Instrument screws are usually a 6-32 so you would want a #35 bit. I would go with the number 30 duplicator to make the initial hole and then follow up with a #35 drill.

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