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IDEAL LinearX3 F/BNC/RCA Compression Tool (Adjustable) with four RTQ F-Connectors

Item# 168-393321-AF | Model# 33-632 | Added on October 25, 2016 |
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IDEAL LinearX3 F/BNC/RCA Compression Tool (Adjustable) with four RTQ F-Connectors
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The Linear X Compression Tools are the newest addition to the IDEAL offering of termination tools for coaxial compression connectors. Linear X brings several of the qualities and features of our professional OmniSeal(TM) Pro Series of tools into a smaller, simpler, value priced tool. These are ideal for installers that are converting from traditional crimping tools or those that only occasionally work with coaxial cable terminations.Manufactured by IDEAL in Sycamore, IL, these durable tools are designed and manufactured using all metal components - no plastic pieces to wear out or crack. The painted zinc die-cast body and embossed logo are qualities typically found only on products costing several times that of the Linear X. The handle has a double dipped textured cushion grip for comfort and all-day use.The handle design has a shorter spread distance in the open position for a comfortable compression cycle for all users. One handed operation is possible with all compatible connectors. A hinged hasp keeps the tool in a compact closed position when not in use. IDEAL LinearX3 F/BNC/RCA Compression Tool (Adjustable) with four RTQ F-Connectors is one of many Compressors, Blow Guns, Hoses & Fittings available through Office Depot. Made by IDEAL.
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