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Old 04-18-2009, 04:54 PM
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I am thinking of buying fluke leads for my Craftsman Pro meter, I was wondering would they fit?

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Just take the meter to radio shack and find the size that fits.
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sears and fluke should list the size of the leads. if they are the same size no problems, I just bought a fluke 87 and got those leads and you will be happy with them.
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Just take the meter to radio shack and find the size that fits.
They suck... they have to much resistance and they look like crap...
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I agree, Fluke leads are far and away superior.

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I am thinking of buying fluke leads for my Craftsman Pro meter, I was wondering would they fit?
They definitely will fit. I have a set of Fluke test leads and they fit every multimeter I have (Craftsman, Tenma, and Blue Point).
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They fit, bought them. and I get clear readings, they used to jump over with the craftsman.
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