Our innovative line of RoyRods push/pull rods features a patent pending quick-connect system to provide a simple and secure connection between rods and tips within the system (RoyRods connectors are not compatible with Creep-Zit threaded connectors). The connectors and tips lock securely together using a unique ramped male detent and female locking window that effectively lock the connection both rotationally and longitudinally. The connections are easy to release by depressing the recessed detent and rotating. A brass finger pick is included for this purpose for anyone whose fingers are too big, or who simply does not wish to use their finger to release the detent. This new system saves time and adds convenience to installation work. The RoyRods Pro 36ft. Kit contains a Gold Quick Release Thumb Pick, Lighted Bull-Nose Quick Connect Tip, five FiberFuse 6ft. Push/Pull Rods with Male and Female Quick Connect Ends, one Luminous FiberFuse 6ft. Push/Pull Rod with Male and Female Quick Connect Ends, one Quick Connect 6ft. Fish-Tailz 1/8” Mesh Pull Sock, a Luminous Whisk Quick Connect Tip, a Ball Chain Quick Connect Tip (12” ball chain length) and two Female Bull Nose Quick Connect Tips. The kit is packaged in a clear, square plastic tube sealed by two yellow rubber cap ends.
Five FiberFuseTM 6 ft. push/pull rods with male and female quick connect ends
• One luminous (glows in the dark) FiberFuseTM 6 ft. push/pull rod with male and female quick connect ends
• One quick connect 6 ft. Fish-TailzTM 1/8” diameter mesh pull sock
• Luminous whisk quick connect tip
• Lighted bullnose tip
• One 12” ball chain quick connect tip
• Two female bullnose quick connect tips
• One finger release tool
• Kit packaged in a sturdy, reusable, clear plastic square tube
Five FiberFuse 6 ft. push/pull rods with male and female quick connect ends
One luminous FiberFuse 6 ft. push/pull rod with male and female quick connect ends
Lighted bullnose tip
Name: LSDI RRP36 RoyRods Pro 36' Quick Connect Rod Kit, Labor Saving Devices, Inc, Labor Saving Devices
Category: Labor Saving Devices, Tools & Hardware, Tools, Wire Pulling Tools
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