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Stainless Steel Tap Handle Insert - Dual Threaded
Stainless Steel Dual-Threaded Tap Handle Insert
 
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This will turn your wooden project into a tap handle for your home bar! Create your own tap handle/faucet know by inserting into your creation. Drill a 5/16" hole into a piece of wood and simply screw this 3/8" UNC threaded insert into the hole and you are finished!
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Stainless Steel Dual-Threaded Tap Handle Insert


Inner threads will attach to any beer faucet (except for a few unusual imported faucets).

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 9 Write a review.

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Technique Important November 30, 2018
Reviewer: Martin Donald from Owen Sound, ON Canada  
I am making some tap handles out of apple wood.  Apple is not as hard as some maple but can be very irregular.  I used the technique that was in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dN8-r-Z5Ow              These were inserted into a 1/2 inch hole by threading the insert onto a bolt and   putting the bolt into my chuck.  The tailstock applied the pressure as I turned the chuck by hand.  The insert cut the threads s it went inside.  The blank can now be turned to its finished dimensions.  Screwing these into hardwood with a screwdriver would be very difficult.  If I had many of these to do I would see about getting a tap to cut threads on the inside of the blank corresponding to the outer threads of the insert.

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Garbage November 16, 2016
Reviewer: Adam from Waterloo, ON Canada  
These threads are useful for soft wood maybe but for hardwood they are useless. I'm using maple and I'm tempted to throw these out and find something else. I need to make quite a few handles and these threads have made the job a nightmare.  First off, 1/2in hole is too small. When you get a hole wide enough 9/16min, the threads aren't fine enough to screw in evenly so you end up having to just smash them in or screw a wide hole and glue them in so they are straight.
I wouldn't recommend these at all.

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Perfect July 1, 2015
Reviewer: Justin A. from Guelph, ON  
If difficult screwing into your new tap handle. you can try to use a spade bit as sort of an oversized flat screwdriver

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Excellent August 6, 2014
Reviewer: JB from Québec  
Excellent product, works well.

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Very Handy January 16, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
These are great....As soon as I saw that these were available I carved a conventional tap handle from Cherry wood, and another from Soapstone...

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