Eastwood 37-degree Flare Dies
Add these 37-degree Flare Dies to our Pro Brake Tubing Flaring Tool so you can do even more.
If you have our 25304 Professional Brake Tubing Flaring Tool, you can already easily produce 45-degree flares. But add this flare die kit and you'll also be able to create the 37-degree flares used in many custom, hydraulic and military applications where AN- or JIC-type fittings are used. It's a "must have" accessory for custom plumbing and line-fitting on your street rod or hot rod.
This is an accessory kit to our Professional Brake Tubing Flaring Tool, and works on 3/16", 1/4", 5/16" and 3/8" tubing. Kit includes 7 punches on a turret and 4 die blocks to quickly convert your 25304 to create 37-degree flares. (Dies you got with your 25304 only create 45-degree flares.) 37-degree flares are used in many custom, hydraulic and military applications where AN- or JIC-type fittings are used.
7 Punch Sizes, Turret-Style
4 Die Blocks
3/16, 1/4, 5/16 & 3/8
Product Code EW– 30005
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I purchased the 37 degree flare die set so as to expand the possibilities of doing flares beyond just doing 45 degree flares. So far I have only done a few practice flares with the 37 degree flare kit, and they came out perfect every time. Changing the rotating heads is super easy. However I have used the 45 degree flaring tool a lot when plumbing my 1950 Ford pickup last year. The transmission lines to the cooler involved quite a few crazy bends (not something I wanted to do twice) and I was worried about the flares and leaks. But none of the flares made by the brake tube flaring tool leaked. If the 37 degree flare kit had been available then, I would have used it on the fuel lines. I can’t say enough good things about the flare tool kit. It is not cheap, but you get what you pay for. It's worth every penny.
The tool works really well in conjunction with the 45° flare tool. My biggest gripe is that the wheel and die come in a small white box. Would be nice if it came at least in a molded plastic box as the other 45° tool does. For $100 I am pretty sure they can factor in the cost of that. Or have the 45° case ready for when you decide to expand and add the 37° kit so it all fits in one.
All in all it makes flaring very easy and no issues, but for the price and the way it is stored I rather buy a kit from a competitor that comes in its own plastic box.