Are these (or any of your) RJ45 passthrough connectors?
Some RJ45 connectors allow the wire to stick out the end of the connector. They are cut flush by the crimper when the connector is crimped. This is what I am looking for.
According to the manufacturer, the wires terminate in an "insert", then get cut flush. That assembly is then installed in the connector body. There are holes in the front of the connector, so the wires will stick out the front if left long.
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