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Ridgid 23468 1/2" & 3/4" PEX Combo Tool

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Ridgid 23468 1/2" & 3/4" PEX Combo Tool

Item #: WBB1347638

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Ridgid 23468 1/2" & 3/4" PEX Combo Tool

Close Quarters ASTM F1807 PEX Crimp Tools Close Quarters Manual PEX Crimp Tools are the newest addition to the RIDGID® Crimp Tool line. With handle openings up to 71% smaller than traditional PEX Crimp Tools, contractors can now maneuver into tight spaces with ease. And, you'll always be prepared with a built-in Go/No-Go Gauge - a RIDGID exclusive. Features Traditional ASTM F1809 PEX Crimp Tools
  • For use with ASTM F1807 black copper crimp rings and insert fittings for PEX tubing.
  • Reduced Weight- Over 20% Lighter than traditional PEX crimp tools.
  • Up To 33% Less Force Required to produce a crimp, compared to traditional PEX crimp tools.
  • Compact Tool Length for access to tight spaces.
  • Six tools available in sizes: 1/2", 3/4", 1" and a Combo 1/2" & 3/4" Tool.
  • Easily adjustable lock screw for tool calibration.
  • All tools come standard with a Go/No-Go gauge.

Product Specifications

    • DESCRIPTION1/2" & 3/4" PEX Combo Tool
    • INCLUDESASTM F1807 Black Copper Crimp Rings & Insert Fittings

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Is it two separate tools for 1/2" and 3/4"? Or is the head replaceable somehow ?

Question Asked By: Armin , June 14, 2018

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