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G-Lee 767A leaks out of the bottom hole when I attempt to punch

When we start to put pressure on metal we what to /punchcut, fluid leaks out of the bottom cap with the hole in it.

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Mike

PS, Could NOT find 767A punch in products below. Can you still help?

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