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    turbo torch J hook tip

    anybody know where i can get one

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    Jmart,rsd,hadco, amazon. It's called the captain hook.

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    If your in the market for a nice little Oxy Acetylene set up that has a variety of tips.

    Ive been very pleased with my Smith Quickbraze kit.

    Works well, really well on items that are in a tight spot, like coil repairs.


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    all i can find online are the oxy/acetylene tips, i know theres one for an air acetylene( turbo torch ) rig because i used to have one like 10 years ago

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    thats a nice setup heatingman i might have to reconsider, lately ive been just luggin my mc tank and turbo around, guess its an age thing but i wanted to lighten up my loads

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    One of my co-workers has the MC tank turbo acetylene set up. He uses it mainly for rooftop work.

    Ive often considered getting a set up, for the same reasons to lighten the load.

    But Ive always been a oxy/acetylene guy. The sound of the turbo has always kept me away.

    But to each there own I guess. Cant say Ive ever seen a hook type for turbo acetylene.



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    I have seen one at the wholesaler. Look up Turbo Torch catalog and search through the air acetylene tips for the part number.
    Quote Originally Posted by coolerinfrederick View Post
    all i can find online are the oxy/acetylene tips, i know theres one for an air acetylene( turbo torch ) rig because i used to have one like 10 years ago
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    done did and no go

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    called turbotorch, they call it the wrapper tip now, p# 0386-0580 or WST-5

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    United Refrigeration has what you're looking for.

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    It seems like there's 2 different products being discussed in this thread. Product 1 is the single-outlet torch where the flame comes out the end of the hook-shaped tip, and product 2 is the cap'n hook tip that has flames that come out in several places around the inside diameter of the hook.

    As far as I know, the cap'n hook is only available as oxy/acetylene and not air/acetylene, but the OP is probably asking about the one that Jettinvr6sc posted where the flame comes out the end.

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    There is a twin tip air acetylene tip. I have seen one in the wild...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjk_cmh View Post
    It seems like there's 2 different products being discussed in this thread. Product 1 is the single-outlet torch where the flame comes out the end of the hook-shaped tip, and product 2 is the cap'n hook tip that has flames that come out in several places around the inside diameter of the hook.

    As far as I know, the cap'n hook is only available as oxy/acetylene and not air/acetylene, but the OP is probably asking about the one that Jettinvr6sc posted where the flame comes out the end.
    yeah every once in a while the flame does come out the end,,,, sorry man i had to lol

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