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C.K. Mighty Rod Sets from £26.98 e.g C.K MightyRod Standard Cable Rod 10m Set 10m £26.98 @ Toolstation
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C.K. Mighty Rod Sets from £26.98 e.g C.K MightyRod Standard Cable Rod 10m Set 10m £26.98 @ Toolstation

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C.K. Mighty Rod Sets from £26.98 e.g C.K MightyRod Standard Cable Rod 10m Set 10m £26.98 @ Toolstation
Posted 13th Sep 2020

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

C.K. Mighty Rod Sets are on offer at Toolstation:

Standard 10m Set: £26.98 - was £35.98 - 25% off
Pro 3.3m Toolbox Set - £24.99 - was 35.99 - 30% off
Pro 5m Set: £27.99 - was £39.99 - 30% off
Pro 10m Set: £55.99 - was 74.99 - 25% off
Pro 12m Set: £83.99 - was 112.99 - 30% off

Standard Set Description
Triple bonded steel connectors for extreme torsion and tensile strength. High sheen fibreglass composite rods minimise snagging and splintering. 5mm rods offer the optimal balance of rigidity and flexibility for the majority of cable routing requirements. Slimline connectors reduce snagging.

Great for pulling cables and come with a range of accessories. Come very highly reviewed.

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Think they used these for my colonoscopy.
HereKittyKitty14/09/2020 22:00

So... what do you guys actually use these for?

When a cable needs feeding through an enclosed space. You run the rods through first until it exits the destination hole, then yoiu tie the cable that you need to fit to the last piece of the rod and pull the rod out from the exit hole while feeding in the cable to the entry point. Untie the cable from the rod and you unscrew the individual rod pieces for use another day, whilst leaving a new cable fitted in a wall/floor/ceiling/conduit, any flexible cable works.
Edited by: "Lexeus" 14th Sep
Willy_Wonka13/09/2020 21:51

Do they come with lockfast connections to ensure they will not come apart …Do they come with lockfast connections to ensure they will not come apart will rodding?If not COLD

As long as you turn clockwise as you push or pull they're not coming apart.
Edited by: "Dembe" 13th Sep
perfect for hooking car keys through the letter box.
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Great price was looking for rods to clean my chimney hopefully some offers soon?
Do they come with lockfast connections to ensure they will not come apart will rodding?

If not COLD
Willy_Wonka13/09/2020 21:51

Do they come with lockfast connections to ensure they will not come apart …Do they come with lockfast connections to ensure they will not come apart will rodding?If not COLD

As long as you turn clockwise as you push or pull they're not coming apart.
Edited by: "Dembe" 13th Sep
Dembe13/09/2020 21:57

As long as you turn clockwise as you push or pull they're not coming apart.


I've never had any come apart. Didnt even realise it was a thing
tdlcraig13/09/2020 22:30

I've never had any come apart. Didnt even realise it was a thing


If when you're using them and you need to wiggle them to get past obstacles and you wiggle them anti clockwise (a lot of times) then they can work loose in theory.
Like yourself I've never lost a rod.
Edited by: "Dembe" 13th Sep
Used something similar to pull through an aerial cable. Worked a dresm
Any suggestions on how to get a wire through a cavity wall but a studs in the way :-/
mayzi13/09/2020 22:54

Any suggestions on how to get a wire through a cavity wall but a studs in …Any suggestions on how to get a wire through a cavity wall but a studs in the way :-/


So long as there is no electric or water pipes then just drill though.. Carefully or course.
Willy_Wonka13/09/2020 21:51

Do they come with lockfast connections to ensure they will not come apart …Do they come with lockfast connections to ensure they will not come apart will rodding?If not COLD


Put some tape around the joints if that is a problem.
These are alright but ive used the Aldi ones for years and never been let down. Usually £8.
mayzi13/09/2020 22:54

Any suggestions on how to get a wire through a cavity wall but a studs in …Any suggestions on how to get a wire through a cavity wall but a studs in the way :-/


I'm assuming you mean plasterboard wall? There are loads of ways if so. I like to cut out a 50mm disc. Drill a hole in the stud. Then screw the disc back in. I know other lads I work with just notch the stud with a 20mm bit or multitool. Just make sure its RCD protected and indicated if you are notching them
Can this be used for gutter cleaning?
I bought this set last year.
Top quality kit.
getknk14/09/2020 07:04

Can this be used for gutter cleaning?


Nope, you want something much bigger
tdlcraig14/09/2020 01:14

I'm assuming you mean plasterboard wall? There are loads of ways if so. I …I'm assuming you mean plasterboard wall? There are loads of ways if so. I like to cut out a 50mm disc. Drill a hole in the stud. Then screw the disc back in. I know other lads I work with just notch the stud with a 20mm bit or multitool. Just make sure its RCD protected and indicated if you are notching them


Yea, plasterboard.
But walls already plastered and painted.
I have an excess hole (single socket) about a foot above where the stud is.
Think they used these for my colonoscopy.
tdlcraig14/09/2020 01:14

I'm assuming you mean plasterboard wall? There are loads of ways if so. I …I'm assuming you mean plasterboard wall? There are loads of ways if so. I like to cut out a 50mm disc. Drill a hole in the stud. Then screw the disc back in. I know other lads I work with just notch the stud with a 20mm bit or multitool. Just make sure its RCD protected and indicated if you are notching them


Ahhhh, the simplicity of the cheapo dot and dab and paramount walls
Edited by: "b1g1an" 14th Sep
You're a Mighty Rod
mayzi14/09/2020 11:24

Yea, plasterboard. But walls already plastered and painted. I have an …Yea, plasterboard. But walls already plastered and painted. I have an excess hole (single socket) about a foot above where the stud is.


It's often impossible to avoid damaging the wall whilst doing this it's a simple repair though, as long as you have the paint available. If you can take the single socket out completely and use an extended wood drill bit. You might get away with it. In my experience most the time you cant get the angle you need with a straight drill bit though.
lmc8714/09/2020 00:47

These are alright but ive used the Aldi ones for years and never been let …These are alright but ive used the Aldi ones for years and never been let down. Usually £8.

lmc8714/09/2020 00:47

These are alright but ive used the Aldi ones for years and never been let …These are alright but ive used the Aldi ones for years and never been let down. Usually £8.


Same here. i'm now down to 8 rods instead of 10 due to some splitting when abused. For the price I wound't bother with anything else. Mine are in use on at least a weekly basis.
So... what do you guys actually use these for?
HereKittyKitty14/09/2020 22:00

So... what do you guys actually use these for?

When a cable needs feeding through an enclosed space. You run the rods through first until it exits the destination hole, then yoiu tie the cable that you need to fit to the last piece of the rod and pull the rod out from the exit hole while feeding in the cable to the entry point. Untie the cable from the rod and you unscrew the individual rod pieces for use another day, whilst leaving a new cable fitted in a wall/floor/ceiling/conduit, any flexible cable works.
Edited by: "Lexeus" 14th Sep
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neil.gossage14/09/2020 23:40

Or for £20.83 get the draper …Or for £20.83 get the draper versionhttps://www.toolstation.com/draper-cable-access-kit/p75799



THe reviews arent very good for the Draper set
perfect for hooking car keys through the letter box.
They look painful.
Ethan_HuntszE15/09/2020 07:18

THe reviews arent very good for the Draper set


I used the draper set to run 7.1 speaker cables - absolute crap. Nearly every rod snapped. There was more tape holding the rods together than actual rods by the end of it.
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