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Park Tool Professional Cable & Housing Cutter - CN-10

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    Shop-quality cutters.

    Made with cold-forged, heat-treated steel, the sharp jaws of Park Tool’s Professional Cable and Housing Cutters CN-10 cleanly sever both cables and housing. The cutters feature a handy built-in crimper for cable ends and a "forming hole" to ensure cables glide smoothly through fresh-cut housing.

    • Cold-forged, heat-treated steel
    • Precision ground cutting jaws
    • Built-in crimper and forming hole
    • Item #PAR0043

    Tech Specs

    Recommended Use
    cutting cables and housing

    Tech Specs

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    Solid construction

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This was one of the first cycling specific tools I got that felt it was worth its weight in gold. If you've tried cutting housing or cables with anything other than a dedicated tool, you've probably been disappointed and heading back to your LBS for a new cable. For simple basic maintenance of replacing your housing every year or so, these are mandatory. They pay for themselves quickly and will last for years and years to come.

    Spectacular quality

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Superior quality to the marine cable cutters loaned to someone back in the day and forgotten. Cheaper, too. Expect these to be an heirloom.

    Clean cut through JagWire housings, needing only minor work with an awl to open up the cut. Clean cut thru the JagWire cables, no fraying at all.

    Snip snip.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Super sharp, great for snipping cables and ensuring ferrules stay in place. Comfortable in either hand, if you have a beer in the other. Well worth the upgrade from a cheap set of pliers.

    Must have tool

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Every bicycle enthusiast should have this tool for basic repairs. Works great, feels like it's built well too. Just purchased it not too long ago but I have already used it many times.

    Crisp Cuts

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Throw away your old pair of wire smashing, cuttin' diagonals, as this thing is the BOSS when it comes to clipping cables!

    Talk about ease of use clipping, one handed style- it gets cables clipped in a blink of an eye.

    I was a total skeptic at first, but after the first cut to the 573rd cut, I am still a believer! They're still going strong and still sharp as all get out!

    Does the job with no fuss

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These cutters make neat, clean cuts reliably time after time.

    A great addition to your toolbox if you are going to be cutting gear cables and brake hoses

    The Cadillac of cable cutters

      Smooth operation and mostly flawless cuts. I even use mine to trim hydraulic lines and then just clean up with a razor. Several years and thousands of cuts in...same beautiful, effortless action. If you are messing around and using diagonal cutters, save yourself the hassle and get the real deal.

      Another one needed in the tool box.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Yeah, yeah... You have a pair of wire cutters already. But they won't cut as good as these. If you don't want to be a hack mechanic then get a pair of these and have zero issues with cutting cables and cable housings. And remember to crimp your end caps or have furry cable ends that will need to be replaced.

      The Craftsman of Bike Tools

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Durability, Reliability, Quality. Honestly, when you pick up park tools, you know they are worth the price. Feels like Craftsman stuff. These do the job, cutting cables, housing, and crimping ends as needed. Always in my tool box at races and bike trips, or on my bench.