Heavy-duty Splice Crimper/Wire Cutter

Item No: G598
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Splice-It® repairs fences permanently and inexpensively

Heavy-duty tool is both a splice crimper and a powerful wire cutter in one

  • Durable alloy steel with a hardened-steel cutting edge for a lifetime of use
  • Sure-grip, molded plastic handles for comfort, control and safety
  • Cuts and splices barbed wire, woven wire, welded wire, electrical wire and horse fence

This splice crimper and wire cutter will quickly mend old rusty wire or new wire. Made of alloy steel with a hardened-steel cutting edge for a lifetime of use. Sure-grip, molded plastic handles provide comfort, control and safety. It cuts and splices barbed wire, woven wire, welded wire, electrical wire and horse fence. Tool is 22" long; weighs 5.5 lbs. Imported.

To quickly mend old rusty wire or new wire, attach this wire stretcher and remove slack or bring broken ends together. Cut out slack or add new wire to provide an overlap. Install splice (sold separately, see similar items) and crimp three or four times with crimping tool. Remove wire stretcher and you have a permanent fence repair.

2015 Master Catalog: Page 539

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5.0

This is great saves time over old way.

By KAS

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Pros

  • Lots Quicker
  • Saves time
  • Stronger Than Twisting

Cons

  • Don't Get Close To Cutter

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    Comments about Heavy-duty Splice Crimper/Wire Cutter:

    The things that are great about it, is saves so much time over twisting the wire together. And you end up with a stronger connection, twisting especially on older wire it sometimes breaks, then you have to do it all over, sometimes you don't have enough wire. With the splicer\crimper you end up with a tighter wire also.
    The one problem I had though was I got too close to the wire cutter on the crimper\ wire cutter and it caused splice to break. I was not even in the wire cutter part just real close to it. Just need to get used to it. It's GREAT!!!!

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