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Question Any body have a tube bender 4-sale?

I am just about ready to go order me a JD2 Model 3 tube bender and 1.5" die. Does anybody have a used one 4-sale or?
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I bought a pro tools and a 1.75 tube die off a vendor on POR for alot cheaper than I could find anywhere else.......

What are you going to build with the 1.5 ??


Heres where I got mine Mike Green 4x4 - Pro-Tools Tubing Bender

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Building a pre-runner bumper for Project Off-Road Toyota. We aren't sure yet exactly what size tubing we want to use. We were thinking either 1.5 or 1.75. Reccomend a certain size?
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I bought a Pro tools bender with the 1.75 tube die to use for roll cages and improtant stuff.

I also bought a Harbor Freight cheap ass bender to bend pipe in other sizes. So I could make the trianglation stuff and grab handles out of smaller pipe.

A HF bender with ALOT of dies is under $100 while the dies for a "real" bender are over $250 for each size you want.



The HF bender is "harder to use and will not bend tubing with out kinking it.


IMO DOM or chromolly for the stuff that'll save your head and pipe for the rest.......... untill I win the lottery

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typical roll cage is 1.75 at least the good stuff i would go with that
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I got a pro tool bender with v-30 in somewhere for roll cage.
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I am just about ready to go order me a JD2 Model 3 tube bender and 1.5" die. Does anybody have a used one 4-sale or?
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