Item # 31244 BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood On Car Brake Line Flaring Tool for 3/16 Tubing

Eastwood On Car Flaring Tool for 3/16 Tubing
Eastwood On Car Flaring Tool for 3/16 Tubing
Eastwood On Car Brake Line Flaring Tool for 3/16 Tubing is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 82.
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Eastwood On Car Brake Line Flaring Tool for 3/16 Tubing

Description

This is a compact and easy to use 3/16 inch tubing flaring tool that can be used in the tightest of areas to repair a brake line.

The Eastwood On Car Flaring Tool Features:

  • Produces high quality 45 degree double flares
  • For use on 3/16" steel, nickel, and copper tube
  • Compact and Lightweight design that is easy to use
  • Repair brake lines on car in tight under-car areas
  • Removable handle allows mounting in a bench vise
  • Includes detailed easy to follow instructions

The handle can be removed and the head of the tool can be mounted in a bench vise so you can make several flares with ease. This tool makes 3/16" SAE Double Flares.

Note - Not recommended for use on stainless steel brake lines.

Eastwood On Car Brake Tubing Flaring Tool

Fix loose and leaking brake lines in a flash with our on-car Eastwood flaring tool that does professional work in a DIY environment. This is a compact and easy-to-use 3/16-inch tubing flaring tool that can be used in the tightest of areas to repair a brake line, fuel line or transmission cooler line. When you’re not in a rush to fix up a commuter car, the handle can be removed and the head of the tool can be mounted in a bench vise so you can make several flares with ease. This tool makes 3/16" SAE double flares with a 45-degree angle that fits most modern and classic vehicles.

Use this Eastwood brake line flaring tool for on-car repairs of steel, nickel or copper tubing so your lines fit securely. It comes with a matching punch, position bolt and die lubricant plus detailed instructions so even first-timers can Do the Job Right. We offer a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee, extended service plans and other ways to help our customers feel confident in their tools. Search the Eastwood Garage for more about how to make and repair your own vehicle plumbing.

Specifications

Tubing Size: 3/16 Inch
Flare Type: Double Flare
Flare Degree: 45-Degree
Tubing Material: Steel and Copper
Works on stainless steel: No

Warranty

One Year Warranty
Made in Taiwan

Contents

This kit contains everything you need for making high quality 45 degree double flares in 3/16" steel and copper lines.

  • (1) On Car Flaring Tool
  • (1) OP 0 Position Bolt
  • (1) OP 1&2 3/16" Punch
  • (1) Die Lubricant
  • Detailed Instructions
Eastwood On Car Flaring Tool

FAQs

Not recommended for use on stainless.

Application Tips

 

Instructions

Eastwood On Car Brake Tubing Flaring Tool

Safety Information

Always wear proper safety equipment when working with this tool or with a automotive braking system. Serious injury can occur

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from It Worked I started with a nice clean cut and edges burred, went by the instructions-worked great…
Date published: 2021-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome! Well worth the money! Great tool, easy to use, perfect flare. Great for tight spaces in the car.
Date published: 2021-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best flare I’ve ever made! This tool is worth every red penny!! Wish I would have bought it years ago! Made the best flare I’ve ever made!
Date published: 2021-03-26
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Questions & Answers

I just bought the 3/16 in line flare tool. It’s working perfect...I like it....do you have the same thing with different size???

Asked by: bao huy
We currently do not offer other sizes of this tool. It is a great question and worth looking into adding other sizes.
Answered by: John S
Date published: 2020-10-04

On car flaring tool for different size beside 3/16

Asked by: Anonymous
We currently do not offer any other sizes of this flaring tool
Answered by: John S
Date published: 2020-09-29

Do you not make a 1/4" version? I've looked everywhere online and found nothing. Maybe I'll just buy it and bore it out to 1/4"

Asked by: Eric
Unfortunately, we do not. This is the only size option of this on car tool that we currently offer.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2020-02-10

Can I use the tool to flare stainless steel tubing?

Asked by: teamwayne
The flaring tool will not do stainless steel tubing.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2020-08-28

Is the base made of steel and is it heat treated?

Asked by: Brian
The head is made by powder die casting. The hardness is 25-35. The Flaring Die is Steel. The hardness is 25-35. There is no heat treatment performed.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2020-08-28

if you only do the first operation would it do a bubble flare like the vice mounted version?

Asked by: edbug
On the vise mounted version, you have a set of dies they are designed to make a bubble flair. This tool will only do your double flairs.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2020-06-11

Hi there hey this tool can make bubble flares?

Asked by: Caleragto
This tool can only do a double flare on 3/16 tubing.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-10-08

I’m a refrig tech,using correct pipe cutters to make the cut clean & strt & debured &flared it according to the instructions but the flares keep looking deformed.The inner tapered seat looks ok,but the rest of it looks deformed.Tips red + video viewed

Asked by: Kiwi Ian
Please look to see if you have any burrs on the tool dies themselves. Use the lube that came in the kit. Make sure that you tighten up OP 1 fully before proceeding to OP 2. Then tighten OP 2 fully. Double check to see that the bolts on the side that hold the tubing are very tight, as so the tubing does not move.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-10-08
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