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Muzata 45Ton Upgraded Custom Hydraulic Hand Crimper Tool for 1/8″ Stainless Steel Cable Railing Kit Hardware Wire Rope Swaging Kit with 2Pair 1/8″ Dies CR09, CT1


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Custom Designed for Stainless Steel — This hydraulic crimper tool is forged and custom-designed to provide 45 tons of crimping force, making it perfect for crimping the stainless steel cable railing kits that require more strength and power.
Simple to Use –The crimper is designed with a pressure release system to let you know when the swaging process is complete. The comfortable ergonomic cushioned handle makes it easy to grip and control.
Wide Applications — This Muzata crimper CR09 fits 1/8″ cable railing kits. It also matches regular crimping dies to crimp aluminum ferrules or copper products. The cable cutter Muzata CR12 is recommended to be used with the crimper.
Pre-designed systems — This product belongs to some pre-designed cable railing systems released recently. We have planned everything you need for building a cable railing project, including posts, handrails, cables, terminals, and tools. Please scroll down to” product description” for more details or download the user guide PDF for complete system information. You can also click “Visit the Muzata Store” below the title to check all our systems.
Upgraded — We have upgraded this crimper consistently to resolve the problems like broken head or leaking oil after multiple times of crimping. If you encounter situations like this, please reach us. Or, if you have no idea about how to build a cable railing system, please get in touch with us by clicking on “by Muzata” below “add to cart.” We will offer you a personalized design.

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