Auto Restoration Hobbyists Can Bend Steel Tubing With Ease

Eastwood’s Pro Former Tubing Bender allows the auto hobbyist and enthusiast to bend steel tubing with ease. Eastwood’s Tubing Bender is solidly constructed with a powerful six-ton hydraulic cylinder jack that produces safe and accurate bends with ease. This tool offers the ability to create steel structures and components in tubing that are too expensive to purchase or simply do not exist. The Eastwood Proformer comes with a complete set of dies and followers, allowing the enthusiast to easily work with multiple tubing diameters on one project.

Pottstown, PA (Vocus/PRWEB ) August 5, 2010 -- Eastwood’s Pro Former Tubing Bender allows the auto hobbyist and enthusiast to bend steel tubing with ease. Eastwood’s Tubing Bender is solidly constructed with a powerful six-ton hydraulic cylinder jack that produces safe and accurate bends with ease.

"The automotive restoration hobbyist can now expand their custom fabrication skill set to include steel and chromoly tubing forming. This tool offers the ability to create steel structures and components in tubing that are too expensive to purchase or simply do not exist," explained Mark Robidoux, Eastwood product manager and a seasoned restoration expert. "The hydraulic tube bender will allow you to alter the steel tube or custom form components to match the needs of the project. Eastwood is excited to be able to offer such a versatile product to everyone interested in do-it-yourself automotive restoration."

Eastwood continues its commitment to supply professional-quality tools hobbyist and enthusiasts at a price that is twice the cost of industrial products.

The Eastwood Pro Former Tubing Bender comes with a complete set of dies and followers, allowing the enthusiast to easily work with multiple tubing diameters on one project. Swapping out dies takes less than ten minutes. Eastwood’s Pro Former Tubing Bender provides accurate and consistent bends up to 90 degrees on small diameter tubing up to 1” and up to 60 degrees on larger tubing in a variety of steel and chromo tubes. The tubing bender is a complete kit – it ships with 0.75”, 1”, 1.5”, 1.625”, and 1.75” dies and followers.

Eastwood has developed a broad range of products that go hand-in-hand with the newly produced Performer Tubing Bender. Some of these include: Eastwood’s Mig Welders and Eastwood’s Pipe Notcher.

Eastwood markets unique tools and supplies for repair, restoration, and modification of cars, trucks, and motorcycles. Founded in 1978, Eastwood constantly strives to develop new products to serve the home automotive hobbyist, as well as individuals and organizations focused on the restoration and preservation of automobiles and motorcycles. Writers are always welcome to use any article in Eastwood's Free Tech Library, with attribution. Contact: Connie LaMotta at 845.596.6091 or conniela@mac.com.