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  1. Judd
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    Judd Regular EF Member

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    Hello,
    Can anyone recommend a good quality 20/25mm conduit die set? After looking online prices seem to vary quite dramatically. I Want something solid that will serve me for many years to come,
    Thanks
    Judd
     
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    Hall dies are the dog's bollox.
     
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    The stocks or die holders are all pretty much of a muchness.
    It’s quality dies and a good cutting grease you need to concentrate on.
    Even poor quality dies will last if a good cutting grease is used.
     
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    Judd Regular EF Member

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    Thanks all for the Input, I did notice the ones on tlc website and would consider the hall dies if I have a good month,
    Spin, can you recommend any dies or decent cutting grease?
     
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    Rocol is recommended, the new stuff is better then tallow as it aids the cutting and prolongs the life of the die, can also be used for drilling, but if I was threading conduit I'd use tallow as I am an old stick in the mud and have a lump of it at home handy for bacon as well........
     
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    7029 dave Trusted Advisor

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    I used tallow.
     
  9. coolsparx
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    Is the Armeg stock & die set worth the extra, most of their other kit is great?
     
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