FAST 307065 Yellow Extractor Round WeatherPak Tool
Weatherpack style terminals offer many significant benefits over conventional terminals, including superior resistance to the elements and a mechanically secure connection. But without the correct tools, they can prove very difficult to assemble and service. This series of terminal service tools from FAST is the ideal solution for the removal and installation of many types of Weatherpack connectors and will provide years of dependable service.Additional Tools Available:Green Extractor Tool - FAST Part# 307066Crimp Tool - FAST Part# 307067Wire Stripper - FAST Part# 307068
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