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Fred Ficarra
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Re: Is this the same as the MSD crimper?

The last set of wires I made-up a year ago were 8.5 Moroso's. All they need is one of those .50 cent crimper's that come with terminal boxes. You know, the large round hole with the spear on the other side.
Disclaimer: They work on the distributor end. I would never use such a cheap tool if the plug ends had to be made-up too. Also, the cheap tool is no doubt Chinese. Do you want to go there if you have a choice? My cheapie has been in the tool box over 30 years so that's my excuse and I'm sticking with it.

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