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Crimping Tool Die
- Item # 3LK13
- Mfr. Model # 15510-CK
- UNSPSC # 27112820
- Catalog Page # 526
- Shipping Weight 0.03 lbs.
- Item Crimping Tool Die
- Color Code Yellow 62
- For Use With Color Keyed Compression Connector Tools, TBM14M and TBM15
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This die is too small for a 750 MCM cable.
You will need to use the Thomas & Betts Hydraulic Crimping Tool TBM14M (Grainger Item 3LT09). For 750 MCM cable, a Thomas & Betts Die Code Black 106H die will be needed, T&B model number TBM12D-2.
Thomas & Betts Die Code Black 106H die, (T&B model number TBM12D-2) is not carried by Grainger but can be special ordered direct from Thomas & Betts for those who have an account with Grainger.
Please contact us at 800-323-0620 to explore other options on how to special order one.
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