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    crimping tool?

    anyone know where to get one reasonable price to go up to 1/0?



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    Re: crimping tool?




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    Re: crimping tool?

    Quote Originally Posted by z0n3d0u7 View Post
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    Re: crimping tool?

    ttt.. and btw you can move this i just realized i posted in wrong thread.. my head is elsewhere today



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    Re: crimping tool?

    Quote Originally Posted by outsideshot23 View Post
    ttt.. and btw you can move this i just realized i posted in wrong section.. my head is elsewhere today
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    Quote Originally Posted by outsideshot23 View Post
    ttt.. and btw you can move this i just realized i posted in wrong thread.. my head is elsewhere today
    meh




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    Re: crimping tool?

    I been using a large table vise at work. Works extremely well



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    Re: crimping tool?

    Quote Originally Posted by Heeltoeclutch View Post
    I been using a large table vise at work. Works extremely well
    ya but with how many wires im running and the routes im running them im just running some of them through the truck cutting them and crimping right there.. so need something hand held



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    Re: crimping tool?

    I use a vice to then use a hole punch to punch some teeth into them... but ya that would be tough with all your wire




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    Re: crimping tool?

    Quote Originally Posted by AJM511 View Post
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    judging by your forum posts its good that you play the role of grammar police and not car audio guru.. thanks btw



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettr n' Revrse View Post
    I use a vice to then use a hole punch to punch some teeth into them... but ya that would be tough with all your wire
    i usually tap em witha hammer to get em to roll over then vise but like i said running all those wires alot of them i just run them off the spool and cut and splice in place.. tons easier and dont waste any wire at all.. plaus would be nice o have something around to no have to **** with the vice anymore



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    Re: crimping tool?

    Very true




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    Re: crimping tool?

    This is what I used: hammer crimper items - Get great deals on Business Industrial, eBay Motors items on eBay.com!. Probably could be had a for a few dollars cheaper on some other sites.




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    Aww fvck, I hate when I double post.
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