|Item Weight||6.4 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||14.2 x 6.9 x 3.9 inches|
|Item model number||CECOMINOD095153|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
8 Ton Hydraulic Wire Crimper Crimping Tool with 9 Dies Battery Cable Lug Terminal Electrical Crimping Tool Kit
|Price:||$49.10 & FREE Shipping|
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- More convenient and secure crimping operations
- 8 tons maximum crimping power
- 9 sets of the largest hexagon crimping dies
- Dies are made of hardened steel with chrome finish
- Crimps AWG 12 to 2/0 size aluminum and copper wire
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This 8-ton hydraulic crimper which has 9 dies! With the powerful crimper, you could crimp wires and butt connectors easily. The crimper tool crimps AWG 12 to 2/0 size copper and aluminum wires.
Great for battery and welding cables, power wires and electrical cables etc.
* Brand new in box
* More convenient and secure crimping operations
* 8 tons maximum crimping power
* 9 sets of the largest hexagon crimping dies
* Dies are made of hardened steel with chrome finish
* Crimps AWG 12 to 2/0 size aluminum and copper wire
* Tool free for changing dies quickly
* On/off knob for fast tool operation.
* 7 1/2" Long comfortable grips.
* Comes with a durable plastic case
* Max pressure: 8 Ton
* Stroke Capacity: 10mm
* 9x dies: 4, 6, 8, 10, 16, 25, 35, 50, 70mm?
* Case dimension: 13 1/2"L x 6 1/4"D x 3"H
* Total weight: 6 lbs
* 1x 8-ton crimper
* 9x dies
* 1x plastic case
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While this isn't an Anderson it's a decent crimper. It's old school and I had to reach back to my apprenceship to dredge up the knowing of how to use a die-type crimper. This one works very well although the dies really tend to stick in the tool at first until it loosens up a little. I threw some NoAlOx grease into the post sockets and that helped a whole lot. But you still gotta grip them with a needle nose or the pliers ends of a T-stripper and yank them like pulling a tooth.
Be careful with these and don't over-crank on the handle once the jaws touch down on each other. You'll burst the hydraulics as there is no pressure-release for over-travel. Keep an eye on the jaws and when the crimp die is touching STOP or you will blow an O-ring sure as heck. I suppose a lot of people on here were never trained in how to use this tool and that's why so many folks report having issues with this tools in the reviews. The hydraulics are strong enough to blow the tool up if you over-travel the ram. If you bottom out the dies and keep pumping something is going to break and you'll get a leaky tool.
I've done over 100 crimps with mine, so it's pretty much paid for itself, considering decent marine-grade lugs cost $3-5. I've put nearly 10x the money in lugs through this tool than what I paid for the tool. Not too shabby.
Other than the issues I've mentioned i wish the designers would have put the pump handle on the other side so you can pump and watch the jaws at the same time with the tool on the ground or on the table. With the handle pivoting downwards you have to turn the tool to the blind side so you can't see what is going on, or use 3 hands to use the thing. Kind of a PITA, but it's not a $2000 Anderson, so what do you expect?
6Ga welding cable using Ancor tinned lugs. I've done about 10 cable ends so far on my dual battery system for my truck.