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Plastic Replacement Tips For Studio Pro Running Pliers by Diamond Tech

$3.95 USD
Item# 5068RT
Expected to be in stock May 03, 2016


Product Description

Replace worn or cracked tips and prevent bad breaks. Designed to fit the Studio Pro Running Pliers (item# 5068).

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Pros : They go on easy and fit tight.
Cons : seems to break down quickly
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Pros : just what i wanted and needed
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Pros : Easy to replace and makes the pliers seem like new.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Good to have a back up pair.
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May 29, 2012
Are soldering iron tips interchangeable? Each soldering iron has its own tips. These tips do not fit any other iron. There is one exception. The replacement tips for the Weller 100 will fit the Studio Pro 100 iron. Should I use a rheostat with my Weller 100 soldering iron? No. Using a rheostat with a Weller 100 could ruin your iron. The Weller 100 has a built in thermostat, so if you want to change the temperature, you have to change the tip. 700 degrees is the standard for 60/40 solder, but 600 and 800 degree tips are available. My soldering iron tip keeps turning black. Am I doing something wrong? Probably not. It is possible that your iron is running a little hot, so you could trying turning your rheostat down a little. Most tips will eventually turn black, just use a tinning block to help clean them. Decorative