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    Fuse puller?

    Do they make a large fuse puller? One for fuses the diameter of a quarter or larger? I have just used my pliers an i know this is not the best way....can screw up the tag then you may be SOL on size

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    Real men just reach in there and grab them babies





    Channel Locks here..........

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    Google: greenlee or cooper bussman.

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    These work

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowirenut View Post
    Do they make a large fuse puller? One for fuses the diameter of a quarter or larger? I have just used my pliers an i know this is not the best way....can screw up the tag then you may be SOL on size
    Yea, it 's called a channel locks

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    I use one like this:


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    I wanted one for fuses, mostly smaller one's... the office sent me on I'm pretty sure could grab a fuse 1" in dia or larger with one end. It's about 16" long, and a major pain to use.

    Yup they do! I believe they got it from grainger.
    "If you call that hard work, a koala’s life would look heroic."

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackintheboxtec View Post

    These work
    yes those ideals I have a couple sizes of ideal part #34 0200a should get it
    Remember: Murphy's Law,
    Newtons Law of Gravity, Einsteins Theory of Relativity..then you won't go to far wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amickracing View Post
    I wanted one for fuses, mostly smaller one's... the office sent me on I'm pretty sure could grab a fuse 1" in dia or larger with one end. It's about 16" long, and a major pain to use.

    Yup they do! I believe they got it from grainger.
    Ahh grainger

    http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/wwg...n_dim_search=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackintheboxtec View Post

    These work
    i got the same pair... get em

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowirenut View Post
    Do they make a large fuse puller? One for fuses the diameter of a quarter or larger? I have just used my pliers an i know this is not the best way....can screw up the tag then you may be SOL on size
    I always use channel locks, just turn off the disconnect and grab em from the load side not the line side. The amperes is always stamped into the copper at the end of the fuse don't worry about fudging up the label and if you need to know what size fuse to put in a disconnect, then we need to start a new thread.

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    Ideal 34-002. Probably one of my most used tools.

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    Probably the best way to do it using approved tools

    Additionally if in a plant use the necessary PPE for the job
    Remember: Murphy's Law,
    Newtons Law of Gravity, Einsteins Theory of Relativity..then you won't go to far wrong.

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