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Just looking into a new tool. Have used a torch for 40 years, but have been hearing good things about the Mini Ductor series of tools. Anyone have experience with these and how much you paid and where.

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Purchased one a few years back from snap-on.  I think it was 400-500 back then.  I believe it was a driver side rear sway bar link on a Trailblazer, (next to the gas tank) that finally sold me on it.  Since then there have been numerous use cases that it has come in handy.

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We have two.  They tend to get used more when we are out of torch gas.  Really handy in tight areas where you don’t want or can’t use a flame.  I also have a pad for working dents out of sheet metal.  Very good tool for your collection.  The first one came with equipment I bought from another shop.  It’s the original tune design.  The second came used off a Cornwall truck.  Don’t remember what I paid.

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I bought one when it first came out for mechanics (it's been around the auto body scene forever I guess) and after wearing it out I bought another one. It doesn't replace the torch, your not cutting bolts off with it but to loosen up sway bar nuts and gas tank straps it's perfect. 

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