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 Posted: Sat Mar 13th, 2010 03:17 am
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Yall I was droolin through the isles of my favorite tool shop the other day(harbor freight) Yep they got one right in town. I came across this crimping tool fer $6.
Man that thing is sweet. Nice and heavy, built to last just like me. I think my in-laws got my Kleins (cain't prove it) I got 50 hack saw blades for 4 bucks, some butt connections and small brass brushes. All priced pretty dang reasonable. Here is my new favorite tool: Crimpers



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those look good, might get me some when my Kleins bite the bullet.



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Thats a pretty good buy.

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how do they do it ?

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those are good crimpers... some of the best I have used. I have never ha one of these make a connection that comes apart.

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