A plunger style pin extractor for pushing pins out from behind the connector blocks for contact sizes 16~20. Length: 3".
I used to have a similar tool from Radio Shack, but they don't carry them anymore. This tool works even better. I work on aircraft, and we have a handful of connectors with this type of pin. This tool works very well, no fooling around, just slip it over the pin or socket, push the plunger and it's out. Cool.
22-4420 - Burgundy Mechanic's Tool Bag
This handy "Mechanic's Tool Bag" is similar to the GI tool bag used for decades by the U.S. Military. Platt's water-repellant Cordura fabric makes it much more durable. With eight sewn-in pockets on the inside and two divided snap pouches on the ou...
22-8825 - 25 Piece Electronic Tool Kit
Kit contains: 30W soldering iron with cover Desoldering pump Six piece screwdriver set (three slotted, three Phillips) Two precision screwdrivers (slotted/Phillips) 5" long nose pliers 5" diagonal cutting pliers IC puller ...
60-10515 - RCA Line Level 2 Channel Ground Loop Isolator
Stereo Ground Loop Isolator
Reduces or eliminates noise caused by ground loops that exist between multiple components in a sound system that may be grounded in different locations within the vehicle. Also very effective in home audio systems where ground loops be...
72-10746 - Circuit and Voltage Analyzer
The CT300 is used for detecting faulty wiring in 3-wire receptacles. Able to indicate six different fault types using different three light combinations.
I have dealt with MCM Electronics a number of times and have been more than satisfied.