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Threading pipe?

heatpro02920heatpro02920 Posts: 991Member
What are you guys using for threading pipe? I am in the market for a new machine, I have 2 ridgid 1215's both are about 5 years old and work great but I only have 1 ridgid 300 and it is also about 5 years old, but has seen a lot of use, and has definitely paid for itself, and works like a champ, BUT I would rather move it to backup machine than wait until it breaks in the middle of a job...

I have a job coming up in the spring that is going to be about 1500ft of gas piping and would like to buy a new machine before that job starts... I can get the Ridgid 300 with all the dies, larger cutter and reamer to go to 4" for around $6000 {I paid more 5 years ago, not sure if its a sale or the price went down...}

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