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Morse Starrett 505-101 # 1 3-4 Inch Capacity Wire Rope Cutter


Price: CDN$ 135.68
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number505-101
Item Weight3.2 Kg
Manufacturer reference505-101
Item Package Quantity1
Weight3.2 kilograms
  
Additional Information
ASINB00375LRL6
Shipping Weight5 Kg
Date First AvailableNov. 1 2011
  
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Product Description

  • Cutting Cap: 3/4" Max.
  • Cut Type: Shear Cut.
  • Jaw Material: Tool Steel.
  • Type: Light Duty.
  • High quality components.

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    Amazon.com: 1 review
    Plunger Sticks Aug. 8 2014
    By Epignathus - Published on Amazon.com
    The most annoying performance flaw is that the plunger sticks in the housing - every time! I have to use a screwdriver to free it after each cut.

    The instructions tag says that three or four strikes with a four pound hammer will cut the rope. No way! It takes three or four blows with a five pound sledge to cut the rope. I wish there were some clamps of some sort to hold the wire to be cut steady and fixed to the tool. As it is, the wire bounces around, and I have to recenter the blade in the rope's cut to continue to the next stroke.

    The safety plate that flips over the rope is very malleable and quickly bends - I stopped using it.

    The three stars rating is because it does indeed cut the wire rope, I just wish it was more friendly in its use.