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It only seems to cut deeper because you are removing the oxides that have formed and built up. What are you doing about chasing the left hand thread side. I ask because I have an original Long 181 tie rod that needs the left hand thread chased adn know that a left hand threaded tap is pricey.. K-mann
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Actually I just need to do one side. I have narrowed a beam for my bug and will be cutting some length off each tie-rod....so I don't need the other one. When I run the tap through, it does take a hair of fresh metal off...its not cross-threading. This is why I initially asked the question about the tap size.