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Wire stripper/cutter? I still have the old school style and would like a better one.
 
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Ideal Stripmaster. We use them exclusively in my shop. Hundreds of thousands of strips. I personally have one set that covers 22ga-14ga and another that is 16ga-10ga.



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"Anyone know a good stripper?"

Objection your honor, leading. Sustained.


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I object too. I had whole list to post and find it out it was a bait and switch.




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These tools have many years of service. The stripper is by Kleen Tools, the crimper is by Ideal [the market holds several brands that do the same crimp,] and I use non-insulated crimp terminals then cover with heat shrink [sometimes, not always, depends] These are my tools and preferred method that has given may years of service, and to my knowledge, never a failure. Note; I do not solder, crimp only. My reason for liking the non-insulated can see the crimp.


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The blue grip strippers pictured above are the best you can get as far as ive seen
 
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I did, but she retired, got married, and had a couple kids... Life goes on.


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Originally posted by Holytown:
The blue grip strippers pictured above are the best you can get as far as ive seen

I have a pair that are 20+ years old, still work perfectly. Made in USA. I believe Larry meant to say they are made by KLEIN Tools. Don't know if they are still available, and if so, where they are made. Most likely chinese shyt like everything else. (Those baztards still don't know how to harden steel properly, or make "stainless" steel that doesn't rust).


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I'd venture to say, you can't purchase over the counter, Kleins of the quality MADE IN USA, of back in the day.

I blew a perfect stripper hole in these 35 years ago working on a 40 story high rise in down town Tampa.

Just cut through a live hot and neutral 20 amp #12 wires, it'll blast a perfect hole. Best custom strippers you'll ever own.

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Originally posted by Larry Woodfin:
These tools have many years of service. The stripper is by Kleen Tools, the crimper is by Ideal [the market holds several brands that do the same crimp,] and I use non-insulated crimp terminals then cover with heat shrink [sometimes, not always, depends] These are my tools and preferred method that has given may years of service, and to my knowledge, never a failure. Note; I do not solder, crimp only. My reason for liking the non-insulated can see the crimp.


Larry are you sure you don't have that backwards? The crimpers look like the Klein brand we use and the strippers look like Ideal brand. Both of which is all we use.



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So I guess this means nobody is looking to book a bachelor party? Take care. Tom Worthington


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I just got home from Vegas, so yes, yes I do......


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