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  1. htmn246

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    I found a Kleen Reem pipe tool in a junk store Friday and snaged it for $13.50. It has a case and several short pipe cleaners, plus the instruction sheet.

    Posted 2 years ago #
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    Pics?

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  3. pstlpkr

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    Very cool!
    But, before anyone else.....

    Edit: Rats! Toker beat me to it.


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    Just because same thing happened to me when I made my first product post, all I got to say is same thing they all told me....IT DIDN"T HAPPEN IF THERE ARE NO PIC'S TO PROVE IT....hehehehe...j/k

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  5. cortezattic

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    Does it look like this?

    Bob Tate's video, "How To Ream A Tobacco Pipe", is available here at PipesMagazine.com

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  6. profpar

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    I have the exact same reamer minus the case. The knob on top adjusts the size of the reamer to fit most any pipe

    Posted 2 years ago #
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    I need to upgrade my reamer to something better than a pocket knife.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  8. ejames

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    I have a Kleen Reem. Very well made,oughta last for ever,especially since I bought a Castleford set a year or so back. Now the Kleen Reem collects dust on the shelf mostly. I did use it yesterday to ream a small bowled Grabow Regal. The Castleford will not get to the bottom of a small tapered bowl.
    The Kleen Reem is handy though for holding pipes when doing some types of work. Snug it up in the bowl and put the reamer in the vice.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  9. markw4mms

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    Nice find...congrats!

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  10. marmal4de

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    The Kleen Reem is handy though for holding pipes when doing some types of work. Snug it up in the bowl and put the reamer in the vice.

    This is brilliant!

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  11. htmn246

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    My Kleen Reem looks like the one in the pic. except no metal ring just some short pipe cleaners.Yes I get the message I bought a camera will learn to use it to post pics.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  12. ejames

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    The Kleen Reem is handy though for holding pipes when doing some types of work. Snug it up in the bowl and put the reamer in the vice.

    This is brilliant!

    I "borrowed" the idea from a pipemakers website. Can't remember whose site it was.

    Posted 2 years ago #

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