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Northern Industrial Fence Pliers - 10 1/2in. Length

Item# 150254
10 1/2in. fence pliers with vinyl grips. Material Type Forged steel, Product Style Pliers, Product Type Fencing tools, Tool Length in. 10 1/2. Drop forged
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Will these cut 9ga galvanized steel wire?

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The fence plier is designed to cut standard barbed wire only.
answered 4 years ago
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I prefer Lineman's pliers or Diagonal pliers for wire cutting because the cutting edge is more of a diagonal and scissors action rather than a square cut. The diagonal and scissors cut seems to have better cutting action at lower force. The diagonal cutting edge was specifically designed for cutting wire (Wikipedia). But, if I forget to bring my Lineman's pliers, I use the fence pliers as my backup - but, it does require more force and the "cut through" snaps more abruptly. Hope this info helps.
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