Greenlee 60807 Compression Crimping Tool

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What's special about this Coax Termination Tool?

  • Crimp dies interchangeable with many other manufacturers
  • Creates a dual seal / moisture ingress protection when used in conjunction with the Greenlee XFC weatherproof style compression cable lugs
  • Engineered design means less pressure needed for use
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The 60807 Compression Crimping tool's sturdy steel construction is perfect for  terminating most types of compression connectors with its single action use. The tool is fully adjustable to accommodate multiple connector types from an assortment of manufacturers. Crimping dies are supplied for terminating F-style and RCA connectors, with convenient storage extra parts built into the handle.

The 60807 Compression Crimping tool is out of stock but you can still buy some accessories at a special price

RG6 F-Connectors
Part #DescriptionColorQuantityPrice
GL-XFC-6-10RG6 F-Connector
Weather Proof, Compression Crimp
Black 10 per pack
  • Comfort sanoprene grip
  • Single action use
  • Spare dies concealed within handle
  • Rugged construction, one handed operation, ratchet action
  • One year manufacturer warranty


The new Greenlee XFC F-Style Compression Connectors combined with the 60807 Compression Crimping Tool are the perfect combination for weatherproof coax terminations. The combination of weatherproof compression connectors and crimping tool is the perfect solution for CATV, digital satellite, security and residential wiring installations. Traditional hex crimped connections can cause failure by allowing moisture migration along the cable and into the connector.


F-Style Compression Connectors Features:

  • Dual-protection with external sleeve and internal o-ring 360° sleeve crimp prevents moisture migration.
  • O-ring provides internal seal when the 7/16" nut is tightened.
  • Use for both indoor and outdoor applications.
  • Color-coded sleeves for easy identification of cable compatibility.
  • 70 lbs pull-out strength exceeds SCTE cable retention standard IPS-SP-405.
  • Terminates easily using any compression tool.
  • US patent # 6, 241, 553


Size: 7.2" x 2.2" x 0.8"
Cable Preparation: Braid and Dielectric 1/4"
Center Conductor:  5/16"
Weight: 0.5 lbs






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Good for home or network "go bag"

By Ed S.

from Virginia

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  • Aesthetically Pleasing
  • Durable
  • Economical
  • Great Results


    Best Uses

    • Home
    • Small Office

    Comments about GREENLEE Compression Crimping Tool:

    Purchased the crimper for a home coax install and now keep it in a "go bag" for on-the-road network/satellite installation. Overall the tool feels solid and provides good results. Crimping action is smooth. An integrated latch keeps the tool closed for compact storage yet does not get in the way when the tool is in use.

    • Primary use:
    • Personal

    Good enough to buy twice

    By Mike

    from Columbia, SC

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    • Aesthetically Pleasing
    • Durable
    • Easy Setup
    • Good Interface
    • Great Results


      Best Uses

        Comments about GREENLEE Compression Crimping Tool:

        Well I have done structured wiring, satellite installation and cable installation with these and I actually bought a personal pair when I started doing satellite and I thought they were great especially if you like to leave your stinger long when you strip/prep your cable (which I do). The only small problem is with the way the other tips are stored in the grips, if you don't make sure they are super tight you will loose them. Other than that they are tough and lasted me years until some [*] smashed out the window of my company van and stole all my hand tools, thus the good enough to buy twice.

        • Primary use:
        • Business

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