With the first two steps completed and a bubble flare formed, the final steps are to rotate the turret to the appropriate-sized die marked OP.2 (in the orange marking) and moving the lever again until it stops-creating the inverted portion of the double flare. Next, loosen the split die clamp, pull the retaining pin, and rotate the clamp out of the way. You can then remove the split die and pop out the finished and perfectly flared tube. As I mentioned earlier, it wasn't until I purchased this particular flaring tool that I managed to create a perfect, nonleaking flare on the first try. This flaring tool in conjunction with my new Eastwood tubing bender and forming pliers have turned a chore that I've always dreaded into just another quick and easy step on the road to a finished and driveable project. And, though these tools do represent a rather sizable investment, it's a one-time investment that will last forever and pay for themselves in spades over time.