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HIT Hydraulic Wire Rope Cutter - 1-7/8" Max Cut - #22-HCC48

HIT Hydraulic Wire Rope Cutter - 1-7/8" Max Cut - #22-HCC48
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HIT Hydraulic Wire Rope Cutter - 1-7/8" Max Cut - #22-HCC48
SKU: HIT-22-HCC48MPN: 22-HCC48
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Product Description

  • Self-contained hydraulic cable cutter designed for cutting wire rope / cable
  • Simply pump the handle and it gives a clean cut with minimal effort
  • Blades are made of alloy tool steel, heat-treated
  • Very durable and replacement parts are available
  • Used by contractors, rigging shops, elevator repairers and many others


Wire Rope Cutters
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