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Old 02-22-2012, 11:23 AM   #1
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Default Fiberglass vs. Steel Bolt Cutters

Anyone use fiberglass bolt cutters? Im thinking about picking up a set and would like the weight savings of fiberglass, as long as they arent shit.
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Old 02-22-2012, 11:37 AM   #2
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if you look after your shit and dont attempt to cut stuff it may or may not be able to cut, you'll be fine.

Can't just throw them in the truck and throw shit on top of them.
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We tried a set at the fire house about two years ago and the third time we went to use them one of the pole's snapped. Real fun when you really need them lol.
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We tried a set at the fire house about two years ago and the third time we went to use them one of the pole's snapped. Real fun when you really need them lol.
thats fucking gay.

what brand?
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any other input?
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Think they where Kleins*sp* orange and black pair.
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the fiberglass ones are mostly suitable for cutting soft material like CU/AL they are popular with the folks living off the land as in "harvesting copper" if you get my drift so if you want to cut hard material like pesky padlocks steel handles are your best bet it all comes down to what you plan on cutting.

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