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  1. #1
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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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    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 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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    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.

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