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      Craftsman  Glaze Breaker Cylinder Hone

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      Specifications & Dimensions

      Dimensions and Capacity:
      Overall Dimensions: 12 long in.
      Product Overview:
      Auto Tool Type: Engine
      Item Weight (lbs.): 1.3
      Number of Pieces: 1
      Rust Resistant: Yes
      Color:
      Color/Finish: Plated finish.
      Materials & Finishes:
      Material: Steel with some engineering plastic.
      Included with Item:
      Case Included: No
      Guides & Instructions:
      User Guide Included: Yes
      Warranties & Coverage:
      General Warranty: Lifetime Warranty

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      Craftsman Glaze Breaker Cylinder Hone Cleans Cylinder Walls

      Whether you own a quarter-inch or three-eighths-inch electric drill, this glaze breaker cylinder hone will turn your drill into a power tool that will clean up your engine's cylinder walls from the residue and deposits that build up with use. This important automotive drill accessory is made from steel, with the addition of engineering plastic, to ensure years use. The design is exceptional so that stones are not hard to replace at all and can be switched easily and quickly.

      The Craftsman glaze breaker cylinder hone comes with stones riveted to its arms. However, don't worry, as they are easy to replace. All you have to do is use a punch to drive out the rivets. Sears' replacement stones come with their own cotter pins so you can attach the stones to the arms with ease. This durable hone is 12 inches long for an extended reach.

      • This glaze breaker cylinder hone carries the Craftsman name that is the mark of a quality tool
      • Lifetime warranty
      • Compatible with both a 1/4-inch or 3/8-inch electric drill
      • This tool has a range of 2 inches to 7 inches and is 12 inches long
      • Rust-resistant for a long life
      • Heavy and sturdy, this glaze breaker cylinder hone weighs 1.3 pounds

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      Added on July 26, 2010

       

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      8 Reviewers (80.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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      Praise4 found this helpful
      Mr-Mac
      Nov 9 , 2012
      Craftsman Glaze Breaker Cylinder Hone

      I had to pick this up because my old one became very brittle from a lack of use.  Either way, this made short work of cleaning up the cylinder walls in my 351-4V engine out of my Mustang.  The walls are nice and well finished off. 

      I would also like to thank whoever wrote the instruction page!  I already knew what I was doing but it sure is nice to know even a novice could hone a cylinder without making any huge mistakes!

      Criticism5 found this helpful
      kciRsnurB
      Sep 9 , 2011
      Replacement stones ...

      I have owned this product for years (about 30 now +/-) and can sympathize with the previous poster's issue re: the stone replacement.  With a little research, he should've been able to see that that Lisle stones sets are a direct replacement for this Sears Craftsman product.  Yes, it would be nice if Sears would reference that in their documentation, WEB support for parts, etc., but it's not a 'show stopper.'

      Use Lisle LIS23520 (Std, 220 grit).  UPC:  0 83045 23520 0

      LIS23530 (Hard, 240 grit).  UPC:  0 83045 23530 0 or,

      LIS23540 (320 grit).  UPC:  0 83045 23540 0, for your replacement stones.  Do a WEB search, or call around for your better auto parts store that carry Lisle tools.  If your hone originally had rivets, drill out and use 1" cotter pins to replace.

      Better yet, get the Flex-Hones.  A little more money and it only fits one size cylinder, but a better finish.

       

       

      jnchele

      Mebane, NC

      Jan 9 , 2015
      via sears.com
      Overall
      How to use to get great results....

      First time honing cylinders and it turned out great. The last cylinder looked as good as the first. This scratches up the inside of the cylinder to allow oil to rest between the rings and cylinder walls (or so I read). You do not want your lines to be straight side to side or straight in and out. You want a 45 degree angle. To get this, use a drill with variable speed. Always start with the hone inside the cylinder (duh), but don't stop it inside the cylinder. It must be moving when you pull the hone out. There is a black plastic retaining ring. Rotate this ring to allow the arms to expand. Place the hone on the inside of the cylinder. Set your speed to low RPM's and move the hone in and out of the cylinder quickly. Make sure you do not go completely out of the bottom of the cylinder as you risk hitting the block and breaking a stone. This product is great!!! Although, I have not had to try to find replacement stones...

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      Storminb4u

      Beaverton, OR

      Jan 3 , 2014
      via sears.com
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      A Quality product at a great price

      Craftsman has been putting out great products for years, nice to know u can walk into the Sears and get exactly what you mea need to finnish the job..!

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      Mr-Mac

      Harrisburg, IL

      Nov 9 , 2012
      Overall
      Craftsman Glaze Breaker Cylinder Hone

      I had to pick this up because my old one became very brittle from a lack of use.  Either way, this made short work of cleaning up the cylinder walls in my 351-4V engine out of my Mustang.  The walls are nice and well finished off. 

      I would also like to thank whoever wrote the instruction page!  I already knew what I was doing but it sure is nice to know even a novice could hone a cylinder without making any huge mistakes!

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      Naasbc355

      Spring, TX

      Aug 29 , 2012
      Overall
      good hone

      it's based on Lisle's hone so you can get the stones from them. It's one of the better glaze breaker hones on the market in it's price range

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      kciRsnurB

      Fort Washington, MD

      Sep 9 , 2011
      via sears.com
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      Replacement stones ...

      I have owned this product for years (about 30 now +/-) and can sympathize with the previous poster's issue re: the stone replacement.  With a little research, he should've been able to see that that Lisle stones sets are a direct replacement for this Sears Craftsman product.  Yes, it would be nice if Sears would reference that in their documentation, WEB support for parts, etc., but it's not a 'show stopper.'

      Use Lisle LIS23520 (Std, 220 grit).  UPC:  0 83045 23520 0

      LIS23530 (Hard, 240 grit).  UPC:  0 83045 23530 0 or,

      LIS23540 (320 grit).  UPC:  0 83045 23540 0, for your replacement stones.  Do a WEB search, or call around for your better auto parts store that carry Lisle tools.  If your hone originally had rivets, drill out and use 1" cotter pins to replace.

      Better yet, get the Flex-Hones.  A little more money and it only fits one size cylinder, but a better finish.

       

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      NEWSCREEN

      Lexington, KY

      Mar 30 , 2011
      via sears.com
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      HONE NOT SO GOOD, STONES ARE NOT REPLACEABLE, READ ON.

      Sears Craftsman Stone type Engine Cylinder Hone 9-4633

      I bought one of these tonight. Actually a second I have purchased.

      The stones are rivetted on and are difficult to remove. On the back of the bubble pack pachage it says clearly "USE CRAFTSMAN REPLACEMENT STONES 9-46331" . Well, before I paid for it I asked the clerk if he had any of the stones in stock. He said I could get them on-line. Went home with my new hone expecting to be able to go on line and order some replacement stones for my identical other hone. Couldn't find it. lots of other brands on the sears site but not this one.

      Called customer service. They told be the stones are available at "Sears Parts Direct" - another online site. When there on my computer. looked up the hone and replacement stones part number. Web site tells me these stones are not available anymore because Sears is not allowed to sell them by the Manufacture that makes the hone. For Gods Sakes Sears. Get it together.

      Get a supplier who will service the products you are reatiling for them or get rid of them before all your customers go away.

      My new Hone is coming back to your store for a refund. You bet


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      UmBrElLaChEmCoRp

      , L.A. Calif.

      Apr 19 , 2008
      via sears.com
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      3 stars

      Bought this tool to hone out my V-6 and the stones only go as far as 3 cylinders and a total run time of less than 5 minutes. Is this normal or is quality down the toilet these days. Now I gotta get 2 sets of stones to finish up.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      Sebring

      , OK

      Dec 10 , 2007
      via sears.com
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      5 stars

      Good design, stones not hard to replace.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      racemechanic

      , Atlanta GA

      Dec 8 , 2007
      via sears.com
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      Cylinder Hone

      The hone comes with the stones riveted to its arms. To replace the stones, just use a punch to drive out the rivets (or file or grind off the rivet heads). then just use the Sears replacement stones with the included cotter pins to attach the stones to the arms.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      wrenchman

      , Unknown

      Nov 25 , 2007
      via sears.com
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      2 stars

      The old hone came with replaceable stones. New hone (same stock #) has non replaceable riveted stones. Tool is now a throw away.


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