I went through at least four flaring tools before I found one that worked.
It is the Supra Easyflare, made by Moprod, in the U. K. It does a better
job than anything else I found, and I think it cost $60 - $70. This company
doesn't seem to be on the web. I purchased mine from Pegasus several years
ago but I now find that they no longer list it. One source says that Dave
Bean sells it -- try www.davebean.com, even though I couldn't figure out hw
to get to this kind of thing in their on-line catalog.
At 09:13 PM 6/5/2005, Scott Janzen wrote:
>The old NAPA produces consistent results - One out of every two seals well.
>It's going in the trash as soon as I can buy a better one - any tricks or
>favorite tools for flaring steel brake lines?