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Maybe buy the one I posted a link to in the original post.

All these other posts are me trying to prove to you that it’ll make a 7/8” socket.

I have no idea how the tool of yours that you posted is marketed. I have no idea who made it.

Not useful.
You have a very twisted view of the world. I literally shared my experience with the tool you posted. Then we came to find out the are different versions. No one is trying to prove anything. I guess I can't speak for anyone. The objective is to come to clear concise info. Only one person on this entire forum is trying to prove something. Likley due to deeply felt inadequacies.
 

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You have a very twisted view of the world. I literally shared my experience with the tool you posted. Then we came to find out the are different versions. No one is trying to prove anything. I guess I can't speak for anyone. The objective is to come to clear concise info. Only one person on this entire forum is trying to prove something. Likley due to deeply felt inadequacies.
No, you didn’t share your experience with the tool I posted.

You don’t have the tool I posted.

You like to make smartass statements then walk them back and play the victim when you’re proved wrong.

Have fun with it JG.

Edit : I found the problem 🤣
I guess you get what you pay for.
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I love it. It does take some getting used to. Consistent clean straight cuts with no mess up to 2". Carpal tunnel reliever
 

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Also illuminates what happens to PVC over time. Cutting new PVC and old PVC is a big difference
 

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Great for cigars also.

How about for circumcision, zip zip it is done!

But can it core a apple, homina homina homina......
It would take a finger off easily......🤣

It’s powerful, gears down.

I used it for a while but ultimately like using a small 12v Milwaukee sawzall for 1.5 and 2”.
 

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It would take a finger off easily......🤣

It’s powerful, gears down.

I used it for a while but ultimately like using a small 12v Milwaukee sawzall for 1.5 and 2”.
I love that little sawzall, I bought it many years ago, for repairing chain link fencing with no plug in power nearby, and have used the $#it out of it ever since.
 

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I just took a job we’re I’m going to connect a 2” shower drain into the toilet arm. Yah, it’s against the holy code scriptures.........i knows dat 🤫

Revent. ?
Studor stupid vent ?

We don’t need no stinkn vent, toilets only flush 1.6 ?

🤣
 

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Was the thing I linked from Amazon a knockoff or the actual set? It said it had the same model number as the one from the site you linked, Twowaxhack.

Man, I hate when old PVC gets brittle. I haven't had the problem with it as much as with CPVC but it sucks when I go to cut a leaking PVC pipe and the mofo just splinters. I'm probably using a crappy cutter though.
 

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Was the thing I linked from Amazon a knockoff or the actual set? It said it had the same model number as the one from the site you linked, Twowaxhack.

Man, I hate when old PVC gets brittle. I haven't had the problem with it as much as with CPVC but it sucks when I go to cut a leaking PVC pipe and the mofo just splinters. I'm probably using a crappy cutter though.
You linked the Rectorseal set. It’s the same set I have.

Pvc gets brittle as it ages. It’ll hold more psi when it’s old too......pipe walls get stiffer.
 
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