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    Anyone know where to get this tool ?

    This is a hand held miter guide for cutting liquid-tite conduit, anyone know who made it or if it's still available ? ThanksName:  tool1.JPG
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    Hmmm, I've never seen anything like that. I just use some PVC cutters to trim that stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClimateCntlJohn View Post
    Hmmm, I've never seen anything like that. I just use some PVC cutters to trim that stuff
    Same here. Use carflex and use PVC cutters or a knife.

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    Carflex is not the same as seal-tight or if you prefer liquid-tight. Seal-tight has a metal core.

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    Quote Originally Posted by welling service View Post
    Carflex is not the same as seal-tight or if you prefer liquid-tight. Seal-tight has a metal core.
    Oh right, I forgot about the type with the metal core in it....obviously thats not good for my cutters and explains why they have a tool for it!

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    I'm looking at the image thinking . . . "Wtf is this"

    Sent from my SGH-T999 using Tapatalk 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    "Wtf is this"
    Ditto.......prop from a skin flic?

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    Looks like the lower jaw of a fish from "River Monsters"

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    I just cut the outer jacket with a razor knife, then bend it over so the inner part breaks, then cut it with wire cutters.
    On stuff bigger than 3/4", a sawzall works.

    I always figured there had to be some sort of tool for it, like there is for BX cable, and greenfield conduit, but have never seen one.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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