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On 07/11/2011 01:16 AM, The Daring Dufas wrote:
<pre wrap="">On 7/10/2011 9:28 PM, dilbert firestorm wrote:
> anyone know if this is good or a better alternate crimper?
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href="http://www.icables.com/products/Crimp-Tool-for-RJ22-%284P-%7B47%7D-4C-connector%29.html7 ">http://www.icables.com/products/Crimp-Tool-for-RJ22-%284P-%7B47%7D-4C-connector%29.html7 </a>
Unless you are out to make a lot of phone cords or do telecom work for a
living, you shouldn't have to spend a lot of money for a modular plug
crimp tool. You can find an inexpensive plastic tool at just about any
drug store, dry goods, hardware, grocery, variety retail store or big
box store. The better tool is usually glass reinforced plastic with
metal blades and will last you for years. I own several along with the
expensive professional crimpers. Take a look:
href="http://preview.tinyurl.com/6cctglh ">http://preview.tinyurl.com/6cctglh </a>
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shipping costs is pretty high.....</font></font><br>
<font face="Courier New">I've not seen this plastic tool in stores
in my area (new orleans area) </font><br>
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