The stripper I have fir smaller cables is HT-332
Yes, Dipol HT-332 (2-blade strip) primarily designed for CATV industry installing 'F' connectors.http://youtu.be/kJBysFsLBHg
I used thus tool in 1980s for cable TV crimp connectors.
Majority of UHF crimp connectors need a 3-blade strip for crimp connectors.
You may be able to use the tool, BUT would require a manual third cut.
See the top of the tool? That's how it strips. The drawing you show indicates a three blade strip (outer jacket/braid/dielectric). So that leaves me still looking for a drawing that goes with the connectors/tools I have, which I got from Texas Towers. See, that's what I mean - it isn't that easy to find.
You need to contact Texas Towers about this KIT -- What Coax connectors it was designed for??
There are DIFFERENCES between Amphenol/Connex; RF Industries; and Eastern Asia import RF Crimp connectors.
Uh, I can if it's the right drawing ... I've seen that drawing and it isn't correct for my parts/tools.
I found the reference in less than 30 seconds, on Amphenol/Connex web page.
==RF Connector Crimp Tooling Selection Guide
(for Amphenol/Connex RF Connectors)http://www.amphenolconnex.com/news/rf-connector-crimp-tooling-selection-guide/
Now it's easier than ever to find the right die set and crimp tool to terminate your RF connectors. We've created a one page selection guide that shows all of our crimp tool part numbers; both die sets and ratcheting crimp frames. Additionally, the crimp tool code (shown on the product pages for crimp connectors) is now linked directly to the RF crimp tooling selection guide.
Amphenol / Connex RF Crimp Connectors and Crimp Tool Selection Guidehttp://www.amphenolconnex.com/rf-coaxial-crimp-tooling-selection-guide
Amphenol/Connex CRIMP Connectors (Select type you desire)http://www.amphenolconnex.com
Amphenol/Connex UHF Crimp Connectors (The Crimp Tool / Die is listed on product page)http://www.amphenolconnex.com/products/connectors/uhf.html
Amphenol UHF Crimp for RG-8X type coaxial cable: part number: 182115-10USE Crimp Tool: Ahttp://www.amphenolconnex.com/182115-10.html