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Old 08-11-2016, 04:10 PM   #101
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One of these two cutters. Depends on what I feel like using. Used to use a razor knife.
@rrolleston you are the winner of the XTC100 XT Cable Stripper Combo Kit. I will be contacting you shortly for shipping information.

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Old 08-11-2016, 04:19 PM   #102
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One of these two cutters. Depends on what I feel like using. Used to use a razor knife.
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Yeah! Congratulations.
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Old 08-11-2016, 06:14 PM   #104
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Wow I never win anything. This is cool. Can't wait to try it and give a review.
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You couldn't have picked a better guy!!!
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Congratulations bro! Use it in good health!
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Old 08-11-2016, 08:28 PM   #107
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So...when you get it, can I have it???
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So...when you get it, can I have it???
You can come to the job site and I will let you try it out.
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You can come to the job site and I will let you try it out.
But I really want it (in my child voice)
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Old 08-12-2016, 01:27 PM   #110
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Seeiourly ..when you do get it let me know if it's worth the hype
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What does the combo kit retail for? I couldn't find it.
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What does the combo kit retail for? I couldn't find it.
If memory serves me correctly, retail is close to $400.
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Probably right around there. The xts-01 alone goes for 256 on amazon.
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Seeiourly ..when you do get it let me know if it's worth the hype
Will be sure to do the best review I can when I get it.
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I have had a few chances to use the tool now. One thing I have noticed is cables that have a nice hard plastic coating it works great URD USE THHN. But if you try to use it on any cable with a rubber like coating the blade is just not sharp enough to strip the cable like the wires in SE SER cables it refuses to strip most of them. Even some USE the tool don't like. I think if the blade was sharper it would be fine. Maybe I got a set with some dull blades so I may check into some blades before I rule out its ability to strip some cables.
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A video would be cool
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so..all in all, it's a great gift but you wouldn't go out and buy it yourself?..
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so..all in all, it's a great gift but you wouldn't go out and buy it yourself?..
If it would work with the softer insulation I would have much more of a use for it. But I will keep trying it.
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offer still stand to let me have it...just saying..
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How are you currently stripping your feeder sized conductors?


Well I always use a Southwire XTS01 or an XTS02 kit from Southwire because they are so awesome to use and are wonderful and awesome!!!!



Do I win ?
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