PerTronix T3001 Quick Change 6 Piece Ratchet Crimp Tool Kit
Oval Track Cars
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Quick change 6-piece ratchet crimp tool set
Features: Quick change dies. No tools required. Crimps the 5 most common automotive solderless terminal types. Non insulated, insulated, D-sub, open barrel, and spark-plug terminals. Hardened die sets are zink plated Chrome-Moly for extra long life. Ratchet crimp mechanism make precise uniform crimps every time. Rugged carbon steel tool body with corrosion resistant black oxide finish. Ergonomic non-slip rubber grip. Adjustable crimp amount. Ambetextrous design. Plastic storage case.
- PerTronix T3001 Quick Change 6 Piece Ratchet Crimp Tool Kit
Includes Die Set Appications:
- Insulated Terminals
- Non-Insulated Terminals
- Open Barrel Terminals
- D-Sub Terminals
- Spark Plug Wire Terminals
- Weather Pack Terminals
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