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Holley EFI 567-100 EFI ECU Pin Crimper
Holley EFI 567-100 EFI ECU Pin Crimper

Holley EFI 567-100 EFI ECU Pin Crimper

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Holley EFI 567-100 EFI ECU Pin Crimper
Holley EFI 567-100 EFI ECU Pin Crimper
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HolleyDAYS are here again! SAVE up to 20% on this part and hundreds of other Holley brands during the 2018 HolleyDAYS sale 11/15/18-12/31/18.

The best crimping tool available for making custom wiring harnesses. Constructed with a heavy duty hardened steel frame with molded non-slip hand grips. An adjustable ratchet mechanism produces consistent factory style high quality crimps. Bringing professional quality wiring tools to your garage!

Ratcheting crimper tool for ECU Pins.

Features:

  • High quality racheting mechanism ensure every crimp is tight and secure!
  • Features adjustable tension settings
  • High-traction rubberized handle
  • Designed for 28-24, 18-16, 24-20 gauge pins

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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