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    Ezipull fencing tool

    Gents,
    Looking for a strainrite ezipull fencing tool
    Please drop me a message if you have one you're willing to sell.
    regards

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    Gidday Luke

    Unless you need it for crimping I'd suggest the Strainrite Staple puller, I don't use anything else these days, it's my main fencing plier as it cuts and twists as well as pulling staples with one hand https://www.strainrite.co.nz/product/staple-puller/

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    Yes M8 that thing does look mean, as you say i need it for crimping
    Had a crack at several on TM, but was outbid
    Thought id ask here before considering buying new

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    Beware buying second hand. They do wear out so you may by something that hasn't been maintained and isn't up to the task.
    Overkill is still dead.

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    True - good point
    You wouldn't think so considering the price of them
    Second hand ones still seem to sell for good money

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    Jesus just looked at what they are new have a tidy pair here chief.

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    there is a pair on trade me buy now $200

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    Quote Originally Posted by sometimes1 View Post
    there is a pair on trade me buy now $200
    Yep saw those ones, 2 hundy seems a lot for something worn that cost $250 new

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    buy a new set you wont regret it just keep them clean and away from kids also spray paint the handles a bright colour like blaze pink helps locating them if they are put down in long grass or the kids borrow them to adjust a screw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sometimes1 View Post
    there is a pair on trade me buy now $200
    Yep saw that one, 2 hundy seems a lot for something worn that cost $250 new

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    Have a set here, haven't been used much at all, we tie off the old fashioned way using knots. Have been in the tool box most of the time so not all shite and briny like new ones, but not worn and still lock up over centre. Have got some photo's but no idea how to put them on here. Will try a msg. Make me an offer, and I dont need $200 for them.

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    bigbear and sometimes1 like this.

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    Sound - thanks for that
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    Just check but I’m pretty sure they have a lifetime warranty could be wrong think if you where the jaws out they’ll replace them think there the go use them all the time just get the smaller set same as husky’s and you can crimp there’s a bigger set that have heeps of different crimping options and no cutter from memory and there a prick to use

 

 

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