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Klein Tools

Model 63050SEN

Internet #100352070

Store SKU #576091

9 in. High-Leverage Cable Cutter

$30.85 /each

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Cut aluminum, copper and communications cable with the Klein Tools High-Leverage Cable Cutter. Cable-gripping shear-type jaws and a high-leverage design provide exceptional cutting capability. Through-hardened, not case-hardened, cutting surfaces are longer-lasting.

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  • Designed for use with 4/0 AWG aluminum, 2/0 AWG soft copper and 100-pair 24 AWG communications cable
  • Precision, one-handed shearing action
  • Beveled jaw tips provide proper mating and shearing action, which protects leading jaw edges
  • Hot-riveted joint ensures smooth operation and reduces handle wobble
  • Made in the USA
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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I'm looking for wire cutters that will easily cut thick artificial flower stems. Will these work for that?

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Hi Tami,
Lineman's pliers I believe will be as better choice.
Mike
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will it cut the lock?

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I wouldnt attempt it you would probably ruin these cutters, better off getting some bolt cutters with long handles for more leverage
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Do exactly what they say they will I bought these to cut some single ought copper. And they cut it cleanly, it takes some effort but no more than I expected. The forging on these is identical to the "journeyman" set that cost six dollars more. The more expensive set does have better cushioned handles, and if you we're using them a lot would be worth the extra money. But, if you are like me and cut four heavy conductors once or twice a year these will be more than adequate. November 18, 2012
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