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Jonard - Universal Compression Tool (CT-200)

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Jonard - Universal Compression Tool (CT-200)

Brand: Jonard           P\N: CT-200           UPC: 811490012035

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Your Price: $5399

List Price: $97.49


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Jonard This universal compression tool is designed for use on F Connectors (RG59, RG6, & RG11), BNC Connectors (RG59 & RG6) and RCA Connectors (RG59 & RG6). Tool is designed with a dual head and adjustment dial for each unique connector application. BNC connectors must be over 1.5" in length.


  • Description: Universal Compression Tool

  • Ratcheting: No

  • Cable Type: RG-59/U / RG-6 / RG-11

  • Cable Size: 3/8"

  • Overall Length: 6 in

  • Included Accessories: None

  • Mfg. Warranty: Lifetime Limited



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