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#122984 - 02/17/06 06:52 AM Conduit Wrench  
Roger  Offline
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Posts: 1,716
From Yoopersup;

I was just wondering how many Electricans still use these or have ever seen them. Years back we all carried them.

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#122985 - 02/17/06 07:10 AM Re: Conduit Wrench  
mahlere  Offline
Joined: Nov 2005
Posts: 507
New Jersey
i've never seen one. looks like it could be a useful tool. reamer, locknut wrench, whatelse?
where would one find one?

#122986 - 02/17/06 10:29 AM Re: Conduit Wrench  
sandsnow  Offline
Joined: Sep 2004
Posts: 167
Irvine, CA, USA
That looks like a handy item. If I still worked with the tools I would definitely want one.
Does it fit todays fittings???
Looks like it's made by T&B??

Larry LeVoir
City of Irvine, CA

#122987 - 02/20/06 09:32 AM Re: Conduit Wrench  
Ralpha494  Offline
Joined: May 2004
Posts: 73
Never saw a live one, only in pictures. Didn't somebody make an offset one too?
Speaking of locknut tools, there is a picture of Channellock's newest tool, the locknut plier, in Feb. '06 Electrical Contractor magazine (page 70). It claims to go from 1/2 up to 1-1/2 inch.

#122988 - 02/20/06 09:44 AM Re: Conduit Wrench  
Dave T  Offline
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Posts: 155
Waukesha, WI, USA
I was looking for the beer can and bottle opener feature.

#122989 - 02/20/06 06:13 PM Re: Conduit Wrench  
Rewired  Offline
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Posts: 558
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Klein makes a diecent bottle opener!


#122990 - 02/20/06 11:58 PM Re: Conduit Wrench  
Celtic  Offline
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Posts: 361
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One "church key" from Klien

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#122991 - 02/21/06 10:21 AM Re: Conduit Wrench  
Dave T  Offline
Joined: Jan 2005
Posts: 155
Waukesha, WI, USA
Now that's one of the most useful klein tool that I have seen. They have thought of everything. I guess I just haven't arived yet as I don't have one of those.
That probably is the key that I need to get into the "Choir Practice Bar." When one asks, "Where are you going?" The answer is " To choir practice."

#122992 - 02/21/06 12:12 PM Re: Conduit Wrench  
Wizzie Electric  Offline
Joined: Jan 2006
Posts: 69
Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Can...

I usually just put the nut on and turn the connector with a crescent wrench, you have to be careful though, its easy to break the connector if you go too far.

none the less I wouldn't mind having one.

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#122993 - 02/22/06 02:00 PM Re: Conduit Wrench  
ghost307  Offline
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Posts: 919
Chicago Illinois USA
Anybody know what premier tool charges for these things? It's not shown anywhere on their website and I don't want to get buried in spam by asking them...


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