|Kit includes: TP726A, TP726B, TP726C, TP726N, and handy case.|
These are not as good as the older type RivNut that you cinched up using a 3/8 Allen and could hold the tool body with a 3/4 box end. You can hold the older type more firmly in place with the box end than with tool having to use an open end wrench. The pressed-in pin in the interior part can press against the outer part and damage the outer threads of the inner part and bind the tool. I give this one a 3 star rating, if you practice with it and learn how to hold your tongue (use up a few RivNuts) it can work ok.
The notcher is only the notching mandrel for #8 rivnut and does not include the necessary die and squeeze handle.
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