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Carbide Cutter for AC Cobra tire Lathe

Old 01-22-2004, 10:13 AM
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I just saw the Typhoon Burr like you bought from MicroMark at Lowe's at lunch time. Like you said, it has a 1/4 shank.
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Old 01-23-2004, 01:45 AM
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So what's the price for burr at Lowes?
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Old 01-23-2004, 05:20 AM
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$17.97 plus tax or $19.28 total
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Old 01-23-2004, 11:15 AM
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brant ,
did you get one,, how does it work?

also do you have a part number ,, for one that cuts coarse and one fine?

i be racing tomorrow out of state,, but i want to check at lowes sunday on getting one. i assume they are located by the drill bits and stuff or are they located somewhere else in the store.

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Yes, I got one and used it to cut 4 touring car and 4 1/12 scale tires. I bought the fine one. It worked great. No smoke from the lathe, no melted globs like the snake skin cutter. I was able to cut from 2.550 to 2.390 in one pass really cranking on the feed. I believe I could of gone deeper on the depth of cut with the same results.

I have the package at home so I don't know the part number. I believe the brand is Freedom. It was by the dremel tools in the tool section. You will spot it easily, it was the only thing there that had a 1/4 shank.
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man ,, thats great news,,
i know what you mean on the gumming up the snake skin cutter,, i have to blow mine off with the air hose after every tire,, special when cutting purples, reds and whites.

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