Klein 1005 Crimping/cutting Tool - Non-insulated/insulated Connectors on 2040-parts.com
Arviat, Nunavut, Canada
Klein tools are known for their quality and professional grade tools and these Crimpers live up to that standard. Used and loved by technicians, the Klein 1005 Crimper will crimp insulated and non-insulated connectors on 10-22 AWG wire.
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