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#208892 02/19/13 01:55 PM
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Anyone have a preferred termination puck that you would recommend for punch down on keystone jacks?
I have the Pull-Punch one that is just basically a piece of black rubber, but I've never really liked it that much because it doesn't have a tab to help stabilize the jack while laying the pairs in place.
I've been looking for a new one, but figured I'd ask for some input before wasting time and money trying like six different ones.
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KJay #208992 02/28/13 12:23 PM
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This is the one I ended up going with. Seems decent and was quite inexpensive as well.
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