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#165074 - 06/17/07 04:16 PM Wire Tugger
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Has anybody used the Pull-It 3000 wire tugger yet? We bought one and have not yet used it on a job yet. I read somewhere that the inventor of the Pull-It 3000 worked at Greenlee

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#165262 - 06/24/07 06:28 AM Re: Wire Tugger [Re: etech]
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We have one and it works great, very easy to set up. We had a problem with breaking the shaft that you chuck up in the drill. But now we haven't broken one in a few years. Other problem is if you look at the gearbox it has a ramped area to help make the rope not over lap, well after a while the rope burns in that and then the rope overlaps. I am going to machine that off and make it flat and then machine a ramp out of a hard plastic. Pricy unit but saves a ton of time. One big job like an appartment or hotel with a lot of feeders and it pays back pretty quick............Brian

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