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Wire Threader / Spoon - New! on

US $7.95

Choteau, Montana, United States

Choteau, Montana, United States
Condition:New Warranty:Yes

Now REDUCED in PRICE!  This sale is for one each of the pictured new Wire Spoons (aka Wire Threader). Invaluable to avionics techs / mechanics / kit builders, etc., these tools are used to thread (install) wires into an existing harness. Made of 300-series stainless steel in the USA. Many auto mechs also find these the cure for pesky cables, harnesses, and grommets.  This is a high-quality tool designed to NOT crimp under pressure and NOT split at the tip and NOT  jam into the heel of your hand!  Beware of inferior imitations--sometimes cheap price means cheap product!

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