Coax Cable Compression Tools

Have you ever wanted to cut, strip, and compress your RG59 and RG6 coax cables? If you’re an installer or serious do-it-yourselfer, Solid Signal has the coax cable kit you need.

Cutting, stripping, and compressing coax cables is a huge part of any TV antenna, satellite dish, or similar installation. Most homeowners simply pay a professional installer to come in and take care of this and other related tasks. But isn’t saving money one of the biggest reasons why you decided to cut the cord? If you answered “yes,” then you really should learn how to work with RG59 and RG6 coax cables. Part of working with coax cable is having the right tools, and Solid Signal has exactly what you need.

The Solid Signal coax cable compression fitting kit is a must-have for anyone who plans to install a TV antenna, satellite dish, or cable TV. This kit comes with three tools – a cable cutter, ratcheting compression tool, and cable stripper. That’s everything you need to cut, strip, and attach a connector to your RG59 and RG6 coax cables. These tools are all you need to make your own cable, and Solid Signal offers all three as a kit for one low price. If you’re ready to learn something new, or you’re an experience cable-maker who needs to update his toolbox, this kit is for you.

One More Thing…
No one becomes a coax cable expert simply by saying, “I can do that.” It takes some knowledge and a little bit of practice. The experts here at Solid Signal are happy to share their cord-cutting experience to help you master the art of working with RG59 and RG6 coax cables. First, we offer some details on the cable cutter and cable stripper tools in this kit. We also provide a detailed yet easy-to-use tutorial on how to make your own cables. All this information is designed to help you on your cable-cutting journey.

Ready to work with RG59 and RG6 coax cables? Order the coax cable compression fitting kit from Solid Signal today!

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.