Entire tool is constructed from steel, which means it will stand up to rough treatment nicely. Ships with a carrying case for maximum portability. Handle contains a comfort grip to ensure your hand doesn’t slip when applying the pressure. Good price.
Claims a 4-ton capacity, but its safe working load is only 2 tons.
One-handed operation is convenient for small jobs. Sturdier construction than you might expect at this price. Handles are coated with plastic to help you maintain your grip. Perfect tool for working on brake lines, preventing fraying.
May struggle to control thin diameter cables with this tool.
Has up to 4 tons of pulling power at a reasonable cost. Carries a galvanized finish on the 1/4-inch diameter steel cable, so it delivers longevity. Uses a long handle with a non-slip grip so you can apply the maximum amount of force.
The safe working load limit is only 2 tons.
The unit’s braided steel cable has a build quality that outperforms more expensive models. Uses steel throughout the construction for long lasting performance. Resists rust with a galvanized finish. Great value for a 2-ton cable puller.
Hand grip on the handle is small. Safe working load is only 1 ton.
Uses zinc plating on the gears to provide a greater level of longevity than some other units. Delivers a long handle, so you easily can apply the leverage required. You can operate it one-handed if needed, thanks to the strong ratchet system.
Heavy unit that’s not as portable as some others.
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