Cable puller

The Li`L Tugger Cable Puller significantly reduces the time and physical strain typically involved in long cable pulls that are done by hand. The tugger produces a pulling speed of 60 feet per minute, even in small-diameter conduit, with minimal effort. It consists of a four-piece assembly that weighs 20 pounds.

Oct 1st, 1999

The Li`L Tugger Cable Puller significantly reduces the time and physical strain typically involved in long cable pulls that are done by hand. The tugger produces a pulling speed of 60 feet per minute, even in small-diameter conduit, with minimal effort. It consists of a four-piece assembly that weighs 20 pounds.

The tool requires a Milwaukee Hole Hawg to supply the pulling power. The Hole Hawg slides into the Li`L Tugger frame and drives the capstan, around which the pulling rope wraps. The operator wraps the pulling rope around the capstan several times and turns on the Hole Hawg`s power switch to begin the pull. The puller is adjustable to fit into small boxes mounted at different heights, and users can move it from one pull to another without disassembling it.

GREENLEE TEXTRON

ROCKFORD, IL

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