16-Ton Pipe Bender
SPECIAL NOTE: Will Not Bend Thin Walled Pipe, Conduit or Exhaust Pipe. Check wall thickness before bending. (Bends .196 in. MAX Wall Thickness)
- 16-Ton Hydraulic operation bends pipe with ease up to .196 in. wall thickness
- Bends from ½ in. to 3 in. thick-walled schedule 40, 80 and galvanized pipe
- Produces up to 90 degree bends
- Great tool for DIY projects at home or in the shop
- No assembly required
- Overall Dimensions: 25 in. L x 5 1/2 in. W x 22 1/2 in. H, (Base: 12 in. L, Top: 25 in. L)
- Weight: 120 lbs.
- (1) Pipe Bender Frame Assembly
- (1) 16-Ton Hydraulic Cylinder
- (1) Pump Handle Bar
- (8) Bending Dies
- (1) 1/2 in.
- (1) 3/4 in.
- (1) 1 in.
- (1) 1 1/4 in.
- (1) 1 1/2 in.
- (1) 2 in.
- (1) 2 1/2 in.
- (1) 3 in.
So this doesn't bend exhaust pipe?
Will this work for 1-1/4" 0.120 mild steel tubing used for chassis fabrication?
Is this good for 2.5 and 3 exhaust pipe?
Is this for Electric emt conduit?
Are dies available for 3.5 or 4 inch tubing?
What's the overall dimensions of this pipe bender..?
Are dies available for square tubing? If so , what sizes?
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