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10 Ton Hydraulic Electric Wire Crimper+9 Dies w/ Carrying Case Battery Lug Terminal Crimping Tool $39.99 + free shipping

dayigaku 534 338 January 4, 2016 at 12:50 AM in Tools (4) More Rakuten Deals
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Last Edited by Shorted January 7, 2016 at 07:15 PM
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Features:
Brand new in box
More convenient and secure crimping operations
10 tons maximum crimping power
9 sets of the largest hexagon crimping dies
Dies are made of hardened steel with chrome finish
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#2
You may get it cheaper at JET https://jet.com/product/detail/04...Ajpc8P8HAQ
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#3
will this cut bike locks? teehee
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#4
I found this alternative for $28.99.
https://aosom.com/us/homcom-10-to...gQod02YFqg
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#5
Another on Amazon by a 3rd party for $43 in 16 ton.
http://www.amazon.com/Hydraulic-B...PKN7P54FYF
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#6
Best crimpers out there. Got mine from ebay $28 no tax or shipping.
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#7
Can't think of a single legit purpose for the size of this thing.
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Quote from goonbah View Post :
Can't think of a single legit purpose for the size of this thing.
You just have not worked on anything where the circuit breaker is rated at 125 amps or above.
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Quote from likeaw View Post :
You just have not worked on anything where the circuit breaker is rated at 125 amps or above.
So right. I don't work on anything. That's what a checkbook is for.
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why post comments on things you know nothing about? And who uses checks anymore anyway?
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