Why it's important to chase and clean your threads | DIY

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Last week, Davin walked through the basics of cutting new threads in stock materials. That is all but necessary for fabricating new parts and pieces for a project, but what about threaded holes that already exist in parts you need to salvage? Then it's time to talk about chasing threads, and while it's a simple process there are a few tips Davin thinks are important to keep in mind.

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