Bridge Pin Hole Reamer

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Bridge Pin Hole Reamer 3-degree angle

3-degree angle

Item # 3227
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Bridge Pin Hole Reamer 5-degree angle

5-degree angle

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Bridge Pin Hole Reamer

Accurate holes for a better fit! Our special wooden-handled steel reamers properly taper the holes for bridge pins or endpins.

These reamers are semi-fluted, to help keep the holes round, and are available in two sizes.

The 3-degree reamer tapers from approximately .312" to .150", with 3" cutting length, and is suitable for many bridge pins from Gibson and Gurian.

The 5-degree reamer tapers from approximately .312" to .135", with 2" cutting length. It works for our vintage-style pins, as well as modern Martin bridge pins.


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Not what you would expect

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Purchased both the 3 and 5 degree after reading the other reviews. I used the 3 on two different guitars mostly for cleanup. My customer furnished a new undrilled bridge assembly for his mid 60's USA made Epiphone, the customer requested 5 degree pins to keep it as close to original spec as possible. I pre drilled the pin holes and inserted the reamer to finish the sizing. Gave the handle about two turns and the reamer handle just spun on the shaft. When I pulled up on the handle it came off the shaft, leaving the shaft stuck in the hole. I found that the pin in the handle was 1/8" above where the shaft sat in the hole. I had to remove the handle pin, clean the glue from the hole, insert the reamer into the handle then reset the pin. After the brand new tool was repaired it worked flawlessly.

5.0

Bang for the buck

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These puppies had to go through 20ga 304 stainless over 1/4" of their length, still sharp & did an amazing job. Better than any reamer I would have gotten at a normal metal working tool supplier.

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A good  value

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These reamers are very well made, cut wood and nonferrous metals for years of normal use, and keep the holes round. Check out prices for taper reamers at industrial supply stores for an idea of what quality cutting tools cost. Go slow, they're sharp.

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