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Anyone here making their own plug wire's? I mean cutting them down to proper lengths? I want to clean up my mess of plug wires and need a tool to do so.Some of the vise ones i hear are good for only a couple uses and they get worn out? Summit has quite a few but i dont know which is a good one.prices vary from $15-$120.Not worried about the cost if its a good one i can use for years..

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I have a spot on my wire stripper/crimper that has always worked well for me.

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I have made my own on a few cars.  I actually kind of like doing it so I can ensure the routing and the cleanliness.  I use the MSD ratchet crimper.  It usually takes me a good 2 hours to do it.

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