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Large Gas Lens Collet Bodies 1/16" - 5/32" 3 Series (17/18/26)

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2 units


CK-3GL- -LD (select size from drop down menu)

Large Gas Lens Collet Body, for 3 Series (17/18/26).  Gas Lens Collet Bodies deliver a laminar gas flow, providing better shield gas coverage while using less gas and allowing the electrode to be extended up to 1" beyond the nozzle. Large Gas Lens Collet Bodies use long collets (CK-3C- - -L) large diameter Teflon insulator (CK-3GHSLD).

Genuine CK Worldwide® replacement parts are engineered to work with all popular TIG torches. 17, 18, 26, CS300, CK-150, CK-210, CK-300, CK-510, CK-FL150, CK-FL250, CK-M350, CK-CWH350, CK-CWM350.

(Collet bodies priced individually, sold in packages of 2)

Part Numbers: 
CK-3GL116LD - 1/16" (1.6mm)   Interchangeable with 45V116
CK-3GL332LD - 3/32" (2.4mm)   Interchangeable with 45V64
CK-3GL418LD - 1/8" (3.2mm)   Interchangeable with 995795
CK-3GL532LD - 5/32" (4.0mm)  Interchangeable with 45V63

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Additional Information

Parts & Accessories:
Collet Body & Gas Lens
Parts Style:
Gas Lens
Torch Model:
17 Style
Torch Model:
18 Style
Torch Model:
26 Style
Torch Model:
Torch Model:
Torch Model:
CK-210 / TL210
Torch Model:
CK-300 / TL300
Torch Model:
Torch Model:
23 Style Machine Torch
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    This should include sizes. 116 thread by 2.0 long…

    Posted by Vincent A. on Nov 26th 2018

    This should include sizes. 1"16 thread by 2.0 long by 3/8-32 for #17-18 torch Then part numbers.

  • 5
    I've seen a lot of pipe guys using these LD set…

    Posted by Evan Coghill on Mar 15th 2015

    I've seen a lot of pipe guys using these LD set ups on their rigs, and wanted to see what all the hype was about. I used this with a 3/32" tungsten and a #6 cup on some 1/4" mild steel projects and was very impressed. The quality of the appearance of the weld was much much more aesthetically pleasing. I got a lot of gold colors with this set up, as opposed to the standard shiny bead when using a standard gas lens with a #6 cup. I also found that the puddle seemed to wet out a little bit better, which was definitely an added bonus. With that being said, I try to use the large diameter set up as much as possible, as long as there are no space constrictions.

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