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Cable Tie Installation Tool, Heavy Duty, Tool Code A, Will Work with Any Length Cable Tie, Maximum Width of .195 In., Maximum Thickness of .055 In., Up To 60 lb. Tensile Strength, Mechanism Antirecoil, Reduces Vibration Shock, Wheel Quick Tension Adjustment, Is Located Towards the Front for Easy Access and Fast Changes, Span Adjustable Handle, Fits Large and Smaller Hands
 
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PostedMay 15, 2013
Works very well, cuts clean and cinches very tight if needed. I was hesistant to purchase a plastic body unit but was very impressed with how sturdy it was. I would recommend this for someone who will not use this all day long, but heavy use will be fine. This is a great purchase!
Product FeaturesEasy to use, Great value for money, High Quality, Durable/Performs well
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recently reviewed your online cataalog & came across a section with videos of the recent SEMA show that was part of a grid of videos on how to hone

grid of videos on how to hone engine cylinders with a Flex-Hone. Evidently I was steered wrong on which size hone to order & the Flex-Hone I ordered & used is bunching up at the bottom of the cylinders. I also researched many online sites for the right sized & type of rings for my 2.0L. GM turbo engine. Since I can't pull the engine (the crank is still in it) I needed to know how to go about it without scratching up the crank, or ruining the crosshatch at the turn-around point at the bottom of the cylinders. I also needed to know how to keep all that water, honing oil, etc. off the crank and out of the oil journals. The last of my question was which grit to use. Your video with the specs at the bottom of the pace, said to ask a question on which engine size I had if it wasn't listed in the chart- I was about to e-mail my eng. size, when my windows7 os notified me that I didn't have an e-mail program installed. Funny I thought Win7 had that included, as I've been getting e-mails & spam from all over....
I am a engine builder and would not recommend honing the cylinders with the crank in place. Honing fluid along with debris will go everywhere, it truly needs to be tanked and cleaned with all oil galley plugs and freeze plug removed.

Grit will be determined by the ring you are using, a 360grit will work with most late model engines that like a "plateau" style finish, very smooth. Ring technology has changed a lot and you will not see the heavy aggresive cross hatch you saw years ago.
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Cable Tie Installation Tool, Heavy Duty, Tool Code A, Will Work with Any Length Cable Tie, Maximum Width of .195 In., Maximum Thickness of .055 In., Up To 60 lb. Tensile Strength, Mechanism Antirecoil, Reduces Vibration Shock, Wheel Quick Tension Adjustment, Is Located Towards the Front for Easy Access and Fast Changes, Span Adjustable Handle, Fits Large and Smaller Hands
 

What size cable ties can this tool work with?

.094"-0184"
1 year, 4 months ago
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