West Marine has them (1-800-538-0775, 24 hours a day); also, a local
rigging shop will be able to get you one.
I used a "bandit" tool quite frequently in my previous life as an
Electrican's Mate -- I'd check with a wholesale electrical distributor, or
the McMaster-Carr catalog, ditto for the ss banding.
Hope this helps,
Steve Zettel KJ7CH
Libby, MT USA
On Mon, 15 Sep 1997, Bob Duckworth wrote:
> Also where to get dependable fittings.
> Initial use will be crank up cables to replace the aged ones.
> I can think of lots of additional applicarions though.
> Also curious as to where to find a tool for banding.
> We used a handheld tool on the ship that was really nice
> but I don't recall the maker. Also, where to get quality
> banding materials. Looking for plain old steel, stainless,
> and 'brass?'
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