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Old 02-13-2020, 11:44 PM   #1
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Is the 10" Knipex Alligator bit enough for the nut on 1-1/4" compression fittings?
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Old Yesterday, 12:01 AM   #2
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Probably

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First let me say that I use the Cobra's because I am not poor. But I think they are the same capacity.

They will do anything on 1-1/4" pipe or fittings. They will work up to 2", but that is pushing them.
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First let me say that I use the Cobra's because I am not poor. But I think they are the same capacity.

They will do anything on 1-1/4" pipe or fittings. They will work up to 2", but that is pushing them.


Aren’t you afraid you’ll get bit?


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Aren’t you afraid you’ll get bit?
In what way?

ETA: Oh wow.
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