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Old 05-23-2012, 07:43 AM   #1
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The Feed Master Wire Loom Tool

Do you need to rewire your RV trailer or add taillight wiring to your towed vehicle but dread fishing all that wire into protective conduit? Well dread no more! The Feed Master Wire Loom Tool was made to insert WIRES, CABLES & HOSES inside plastic split loom tubing / conduit. Feed Master loom tool is perfect for technicians, skilled laborers & do-It yourselfers who need to feed wire through split-flexible tubing. The Feed Master is also known as a "fish tool" or "wire feed tool", but it doesn’t matter what you call it, the Feed Master gets the job done fast! *Adding a new wiring to your RV no longer needs to be a chore. *With this wire feed tool you are going to save time and eliminate sore fingers. *Used for cable management and as a cable organizer, the cable feed tool can help in nearly all situations where wire, tubing or hoses needs to be fed through plastic split loom tubing.
  • Universal feed tool design accommodates left-handed or right-handed users
  • Uniquely shaped head firmly grips onto wires or cables while being pulled through the split conduit
  • Durable plastic construction
  • Bright green color is easy to locate
  • Speed wire installations while reducing user fatigue
  • Compact design is easy to store or carry

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