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    Soldering tools

    The black stick that has cooper Tools on side and 2 different ends that comes in soldering kit WHAT is it for
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    Got a link so that we know what you are talking about?
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    I looked at the photos of Cooper Tools soldering irons on the internet, but didn't see any double-ended black sticks. Do you have a photo of what you're asking about? It might be some circuit board tool. I've seen red plastic ones before, but not black.
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    Yes, I'm guessing for circuit board work.

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    Product description says, "soldering aid for holding the work." Red ones came with Heathkits in the 70's but I never bothered using them.
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    There are various soldering tools for electronic circuit board work that can be used for slot car work. I am a electronic technician by training and worked on circuit boards and for working on my slot cars I use lite duty soldering like lead wires soldering pinion gears a medium duty iron, chassis work between 40 to 80 watt soldering irons and for quick soldering jobs a medium and heavy duty soldering guns. The soldering tools, check out Harbor freight except for their soldering irons and guns and Amazon. Note: I do miss Radio shack. I also use desoldering tools.

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