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Old 02-16-2008
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That looks a lot like the crimper I keep in my main tool box at the house, which is made by Ancor.



I also have one of these Ancor crimpers aboard the boat, but it isn't as good IMHO.



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Originally Posted by halekai36 View Post
Yep honest sp. mistake do it all the time...

SD which ratcheting crimper do you use I need to replace mine and there are sooo many options? I currently have the Ancor ratcheting but am not totally impressed with the quality of the crimp.

I'm considering the Klein T1710.
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