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Model # 31-059

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Tuff-Grip Pro Fish Tape, 50 ft.x 1/4 in. x .060 in.

  • Unique "blued" finish is non-oily and resists rust
  • Laser etched in 12 in. increments to provide conduit length
  • Stiffer for longer runs
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Product Overview

  • Unique "blued" finish is non-oily and resists rust
  • Laser etched in 12 in. increments to provide conduit length
  • Stiffer for longer runs
Perfect for longer conduit runs, this fish tape boasts the highest tensile strength and highest grade carbon steel for professional durability and reliability. The Blued-Steel also provides rust and corrosion resistance for longer life. The Tuff-Grip Pro case and handle are impact resistant, while the unique design keeps the wire inside the case, even after a long fall. Replacement tapes also available.
  • Laser etched in 12 in. increments to provide instant conduit length
  • Formed hook end
  • Industry's straightest wire
  • Stiffer for long runs
  • Non-oily finish resists rust
  • Tensile strength 1600 lbs.
  • Large, comfortable ergonomically-designed handle can be grasped from the top or side with gloves



  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Unique "blued" finish is non-oily and resists rust
  • Laser etched in 12 in. increments to provide conduit length
  • Stiffer for longer runs
Model #: 31-059
Internet #: 303327091

Perfect for longer conduit runs, this fish tape boasts the highest tensile strength and highest grade carbon steel for professional durability and reliability. The Blued-Steel also provides rust and corrosion resistance for longer life. The Tuff-Grip Pro case and handle are impact resistant, while the unique design keeps the wire inside the case, even after a long fall. Replacement tapes also available.

  • Laser etched in 12 in. increments to provide instant conduit length
  • Formed hook end
  • Industry's straightest wire
  • Stiffer for long runs
  • Non-oily finish resists rust
  • Tensile strength 1600 lbs.
  • Large, comfortable ergonomically-designed handle can be grasped from the top or side with gloves



  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
.060 in
Product Length (ft.)
50 ft
Product Width (in.)
.25 in

Details

Electrical Product Type
Fish Tape
Material
Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
4.85 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Warranty limited solely to repair or replacement, no warranty of merchantability, fitness, for a particular purpose or consequential damages.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
.060 in
Product Length (ft.)
50 ft
Product Width (in.)
.25 in

Details

Electrical Product Type
Fish Tape
Material
Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
4.85 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Warranty limited solely to repair or replacement, no warranty of merchantability, fitness, for a particular purpose or consequential damages.

Questions & Answers

CAN THIS WIRE BE FED THRU A 1/4" water tube under cement, to a pool slide, to unclog water line. ...

CAN THIS WIRE BE FED THRU A 1/4" water tube under cement, to a pool slide, to unclog water line. is it stiffer then 1/8", which i'm concerned can not exert enuff force to unclog line................... gary
Asked by: poolslide
Gary I have never heard of using a fish tape for that application but yes I believe it should work. The metal tape is pretty stiff. Good luck Ron at ron.kipper@idealindustries.com
Answered by: Ron Kipper
Date published: 2018-08-13
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