|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|09-08-2011 10:30 AM|
|SafetyDang||thanks editmars. I found a lot of good things about it regarding like bikes etc but not automotive. I found a protools bender on CL for 150 hope its not gone. No dies..|
|09-08-2011 09:59 AM|
I was convinced i didnt need an expensive bender and got the "affordable tubing bender" which is pretty much the same bender as that one. I wish i just got a pro tools. These little benders are just a pain to bend a full stick and then kink on thinner walled tube. Ive made 3 bumpers and 2 sets of sliders and since day 1 I have regretted not spending the extra money.
A protools bender mount to bend vertically would be my ideal setup.
|09-08-2011 08:00 AM|
|NCFJ||I'd pass. Those things cant handle even .120" wall tube. Save your money and try and find something like a used JD2.|
|09-07-2011 08:43 PM|
Eastwood tube bender with 5 dies
Eastwood tube bender with 5 dies, found one for 300. "bought it new for 500, used 2 times".. I low balled him for 250 just to see if he would do it.. he said no at first. then a week later he says yes.. should I get it or no.. I keep looking at the 60˚ angles... Using it for sliders and bumpers. No cage work. Maybe even headers.