As Doug says- they're a pretty basic system. If you decide to do-it-yourself, I just remembered something I have done in a similar dilemma. I have a couple of old, simple wire strippers/screw cutters. They have a separate slot for each wire size. I have used them to figure out the size of wires. I have more recently got one of the one-size-fits-all-grab-cut-and-strip all in one motion type tools. Maybe the old ones still have their place.
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