Harbor Freight Tools 24 In Bolt/Cable/Wire Cutters Product manual

Harbor Freight Tools Bolt Cutters Product manual - 24 In Bolt/Cable/Wire Cutters.
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ITEM 96252   24”

BolT/CABlE WIRE MUlTICUTTER

JAW GAP ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIoNS

WARNING

To prevent serious injury:

Wear ANSI-approved safety goggles during use.

1. 

Never use on live electrical circuits.

2. 

Keep fingers clear of sharp blades.

3. 

Keep out of children’s reach.

4. 

Jaw Gap Adjustment Cam-bolts

When properly set, the gap between the edges should be parallel 

and be able to grip a sheet of paper. Observe the indexing arrows 

bolt faces and turn them equally. Hold each bolt then tighten the nut. 

Open and close the jaws a few times to set in the tool, and double 

check the gap. Repeat the setting if jaw gap is incorrect.

Turn Cam-bolt arrows inward to close in jaw tips.

Turn Cam-bolt arrows outward to close in the jaw heels.

Jaws Lower Pivot Bolts

Over tightening of these bolts may intervene with smooth pivoting 

action of the jaws.

Minimum Jaw Closure Limiting Screw

With the jaw gap set, back off the screw until it rests against the 

opposite handle’s face, then unscrew it one more flat and tighten the 

nut.

Note: The Cam-bolts are pre-lubricated at the time of assembly. However, whenever the jaws 

are re-adjusted, it is recommended to back off the Cam-lock nuts and place a drop of lubricating 

oil inside the Cam-lock housing.

Copyright© 2009 by Harbor Freight Tools®.  All rights reserved.  No portion of 

this manual or any artwork contained herein may be reproduced in any shape 

or form without the express written consent of Harbor Freight Tools.

 

 

For technical questions or replacement parts, please call 1-800-444-3353.

Distributed exclusively by Harobr Freight Tools®.

3491 Mission oaks Blvd., Camarillo, CA 93011

Visit our website at: http://www.harborfreight.com

Read this material before using this product.  Failure to do so can result 

in serious injury. 

 SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIoNS.