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50ft Roll Steel Fish Tape

1/8-inch thick tape guides wire through conduits and walls

Product Description

Use for conduit bending, and wire fishing and pulling. This tape conveniently winds into the housing without messy retaining tapes or sticky residue. Plus, the hand trigger smoothly winds the tape tight without kinks or jams. This durable blue steel tape resists kinking, breaking and corrosion, and is strong! Tensile strength is 2,100 lbs. The case is made from impact-resistant plastic, and has a textured surface for a positive grip. 50ft x 1/8in roll.
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Product Specifications

Color : Red
Length : 50.00 Foot
UPC : 757120199588
Warranty : Lifetime
Vendor : C2G
Weight : 2.100 LB
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Great for pulling wire in older houses.

By Fix It

from Pittsburgh, PA

About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

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  • Durable
  • Good Grip
  • Versatile


    Best Uses

    • At Home

    Comments about 50ft Roll Steel Fish Tape:

    This is great for pulling wires when working alone. I push it down through the wall insulation and all, then reach my hand in and can easly find the metal tape.
    I hook a wire through the loop on the end and tape it to itself then just go back upstairs and pull. With a little wigle the tape is stiff enough to pull the wire through.

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      Would this fish work in "stringing" an ethernet cable over a drop down ceiling and across 39 feet?
      Asked on 4/10/2013 by Dr. B from Richmond, VA

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        You could use this fish tape to pull an ethernet cable across a drop ceiling.

        Answered on 4/19/2013 by Steve from C2G
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