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Any recommendations? Or best to stick to separate conduit and trunking cutters?
 
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SparkySy

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I have the CK version They are alright, great for plastic conduct! But for plastic trunking I still prefer a quality sliding square and a junior hacksaw, any other cuts I can't do with a square I just scribe!
 

SparkySy

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Thats the same ones I have, they don't seem to keep an edge well if doing loads of trunking and then crush it when cutting.
I tend to cut the lid separately on trunking, that way you can allow for any discrepancies in measurement or other contributing [email protected]#k ups.
 
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