90 Degree Angled Cable Cage Polypropylene J Hooks
90 Degree Angled Clip Multi-Purpose J Hooks
Angle Clip - Powder Actuated Pin with 1/4
Angle Clip - Threaded Rod RT 1/4-20 with 1/4
Angle Clip - Threaded Rod RT 1/4-20 with Powder Actuated Nail
Angle Clip - Threaded Rod Z with 1/4-20 Threaded Hole & 1/4
Angle Clip - Threaded Rod Z with Powder Actuated Nail & 1/4-20 Threaded Hole
Bat Wing Clip Cable Cage Polypropylene J Hooks
Bat Wing Clip Multi-Purpose J Hooks
End Hook Multi-Purpose J Hooks
P/N JH-EH Series
Eye Lag Screw - 1/4
Eye Lag Screw - 2
Tips & Tricks
Listen To Your Stripper
Your Coax stripper!
Listen To Your Stripper — Your Coax stripper!
When stripping coax, do not turn your tool around as though it were a propeller.
As you rotate your tool, listen to the cutting of the braid and when it stops talking to you, turn another 1/8 to a 1/4 turn, open tool and remove the stripper. When rotating, be sure the hand that is holding the cable is supporting the cable immediately next to the tool. Allow no cable play!