13 Best Milwaukee Pliers

Here is an interesting quote for you for you to ponder:

“Nix still held Benny’s hand, and her grip tightened to an almost crushing force, grinding his hand bones together. It hurt, but Benny would rather have cut that hand off than take it back at that moment. If it would help Nix through this, he’d give her a pair of pliers and a vise so she could do a proper job.”
― Jonathan Maberry, Dust & Decay


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Top 13 Milwaukee Pliers

1
Milwaukee 48226100 9 Inch ( Pipe Reaming Head Design)
Product Highlights:
  • reaming head: you can fit into pipes up to 1 1/2" in diameter to clean them out to help you conform to united states and international plumbing codes
  • integrated crimper for ins and non-ins terminals
  • onboard fish tape puller provides maximum grip strength and ease of movement when pulling your cables
2
Milwaukee 48226330 Tongue And ( Groove Pliers Set)
Product Highlights:
  • 6" straight jaw pliers, 10" straight jaw pliers
  • tongue and groove pliers set
  • max. jaw opening 1", 2"
3
Milwaukee 48223079 6InOne Combination ( Reaming Pliers For Electricians)
Product Highlights:
  • wire stripping: strip 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18 gauge bare wire. alternatively, strip 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, and 20 gauge stranded wire
  • loop making: two holes in the center of the unit will accept 8-32 and 6-32 wires to make loops for grounding screws
  • reaming: smooth out your pipe edges from between 1/2 to 1 inches
4
Milwaukee 48226101 8Inch Long ( Onboard Fish Tape Pulling)
Product Highlights:
  • long nose pliers: these pliers have a 2-inch reach. additionally, there are notched teeth that allow you to keep a solid grip on fasteners or other objects when on the job
  • reaming head: no need for any extra reaming tool. these pliers have a head that can ream out pipes up to 1.5 inches in diameter
  • comfort grip handle: the rubberized handle has notches onboard for easier gripping, even in slippery environments
5
Milwaukee 48226102 Ironworkers Pliers ( Ironworker's Pliers)
Product Highlights:
  • ironworker's pliers
  • the product is easy to use and easy to handle
  • the product is highly durable
7
Pliers Set Alloy Stl ( Stl 3pk)
Product Highlights:
  • this refurbished product is tested and certified to look and work like new. the refurbishing process includes functionality testing, basic cleaning, inspection, and repackaging. the product ships with all relevant accessories, and may arrive in a generic box
9
Milwaukee Electric Tool 48223079 ( Pliers, 2.03" X 7.75" X 0.67")
Product Highlights:
  • tools/hand tools
  • made in: united states
  • dimensions: 2. 03 x 7. 75 x 0. 67
10
Milwaukee 48223070 6 In ( Onboard Bolt Cutting And Pipe Reaming Design)
Product Highlights:
  • bolt cutting: the center of these pliers can cut #6 and #8 bolts to whichever length you need
  • wire stripping: you can strip 8-18 gauge solid awg wire or 10-20 stranded awg wire with the slots located just below the needle-nose tip
  • reaming head: you can ream out the edges of 1/2" or 1" metal piping to coincide with your state's standards
11
Milwaukee 48226208 8 Inch ( All-Metal Quick Adjust Mechanism)
Product Highlights:
  • ream and punch: you can use the head to deburr piping up to 1-1/2", and you can use the handles to punch out electrical sockets
  • 16 position adjustment: this is ideal for precise fit most hex bolts you'll find yourself working with, with a capacity of up to 1-1/2"
  • comfort grip handles: these rubber-coated handles will let you keep a comfortable grip, even while working in slippery conditions
13
Knipex 87 01 180 ( Cobra Pliers)
Product Highlights:
  • 30% more capacity than a conventional pipe wrench
  • self-locking on pipes and nuts due to teeth set against the rotation - no slipping on the workpiece
  • pinch guard prevents fingers from being pinched

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