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eastwood tubing bender
I was wondering if anyone has used the eastwood tubing bender http://www.eastwood.com/professional-tubing-bender.html . I was thinking of buying one and wanted to know if anyone had an opinion on them.Thanks

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It seems kinda light to me. If you're going to build a cage you'll need to bend 90* angles in 1-5/8" or 1-3/4" tubing and as stated this won't do it.

Jeff T.

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i was wondering that,I have a old bronco that I was wanting to build a roll cage, and sub frame connectors for my mustang.thanks,Jay

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