You’ve probably got a great tap set back in the shop — like we do — but what if you’re up in a ceiling (or somewhere else remote) and you can’t carry the whole set? Klein’s got you covered qith a screwdriver-shaped tool that’ll create six of the most common threads.
There are three taps on each end of the shaft — which is reversible — ordered from smallest to largest so you just slip the shaft through to the correct size.
They’re carbon steel taps in the following sizes: 6-32, 8-32, 10-23, 12-24, and 1/4-20.
Street pricing starts around $20. Sorry for no direct link — Klein’s website doesn’t allow it. You can, however, click through the site to find it. We’ve seen it on the shelves at Lowe’s, so it’s probably available everywhere.