Extreme Reamer

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CRBSKU: EXR-M
9 reviews

Size: Medium
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9 Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
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Russell Philstrom (Emily, MN, US)
replacing an old item

I have owned several of the small reamers and I need to use them properly and stop running them with a drill and wearing them out with my mistakes.

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J S Flies (Ashburn, VA, US)
good quality tool- sizes are ridiculously too large

please do not think the stated size of the reamer should equal the diameter of the blank you are trying to work with. I bought the medium size reamer based on the stated butt diameter of the blank I also purchased, and it was immediately obvious that I was ruining the grip I was trying to fit. Expensive lesson learned... seems like a very high quality tool, just beware that you should go WAY smaller than you think. I ended up buying a new grip and the smallest size tape reamer (not "extreme reamer") to fit my newest build. I will keep it instead of going thru the trouble of returning it, who knows I may use it some time in the future.

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Tony Rice @ TrashCan Rodz (Fort Worth, TX, US)
Hmmm...you should expect better quality.

I have had this set a few months and have done 6 full sets of EVA grips. Chucked one in the drill, this morning, to see it come apart. For price, you'd expect better quality.

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Kenneth Stabler (Philadelphia, PA, US)
Must have

Have to be careful to keep them centered unless you have a lathe and take your time and work up to the right size so buy all 4 but a must have for rod making/grip making

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Mark Forster (Wahoo, NE, US)
Not suitable for composite or burl cork grips

I used a brand new small reamer on a Full Wells grip with a rubber/cork composite first and last ring, burl cork connecting rings. Before I could finish reaming the grip (using an drill below 100 RPM) the abrasive came off the fiberglass rod.

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