Thanks Esgee,You can obtain drill bits that are close to 3 or 4 mm in diameter. They are available at all the bigger home improvement centers like Home Depot in the USA. You need to remove the old grommet tube before installing a FITTEX tube. That or purchase a grommet grinder which does the same thing manually. If you do not wish to replace grommets, then use Nylon or Teflon tubing which go thru the existing grommets. I replace only tie off grommet tubes with FITTEX because those are only the 3.6 mm or larger tubes. Is this what you want?
The PP Grommet grinder is the same as the Gamma ones.
I’m not familiar with that tool but the grinder is a different tool. The grinder is used to grind the single grommet out of a grommet strip so you can replacement. From the Eagnas description it looks like the grommet replacement tool may flair the grommet after you install a new one I’m not sure though.Yes exactly for the fittex style replacement was just wondering about that tool versus the grommet grinders.
How is it use and what exactly is its use?I have one of these and have only used it to remove badminton grommets, for which it’s excellent. I’ll have to try it on a tennis racquet to see what use it can be. I doubt it will be that useful though, it’s design seems much better suited to single grommets than those attached to a strip.