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Tubing Bender Rolling is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice little bender I have several tubing benders and I like this one the best. It has a tab that allows it to be easily attached to a vice and the handle slips on and off to easily insert the tubing. Bends are tighter diameter and kink free.
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Actually bends 3/16 brake lines I am the proud owner of 4 different brake benders. Most, if not all, of the harbor freight, sears, auto part store benders say the bend 3-16 but are sized for 1/4. That allows you to bens 3-16 and kink the bend. I am converting my 70 Superbee over to disk brake and needed to tool to be able to make the bends that I need. This is hands down the best 3/16 bender I've found for the money. It is tricky to figure out the first time you use it but I haven't experienced it ever kinking the brake line. This is the best tool I've used so far.
Date published: 2016-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little tube bender I purchased this tool a while ago and have used it for brake lines and hot air choke lines on my 68 TBird. It does a fantastic job on the smaller bends required but the only criticism I have about it is the small roll pin used to keep the handle from moving around on top of the wheel. I have now broken 2 of these roll pins and I think you would be better off having a small solid hardened steel pin in place rather than the roll pin. Apart from this problem, it is a great tool and has certainly paid for itself since my purchase.
Date published: 2015-12-10
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Can I use this tubing bender on stainless steel line?

Asked by: Swobes
Yes, this tool can be used on stainless lines.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2017-11-22
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Tubing Bender Rolling

Tubing Bender Rolling

Item #49041 Brand: Eastwood

Rolling-cam bender bends and forms
in one smooth motion, distortion-free
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Only $29.99
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Rolling-Cam Tubing Bender bends and forms in one smooth motion, distortion-free Use this tool to form tight bends in brake and fuel lines without kinking or flattening, or harming protective coatings.
  • For 3/16"- and 1/4"-O.D. coated tubing
  • Minimizes stretching and distortion
  • Create bends as tight as 1" in radius

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About Tubing Bender Rolling

Rolling-Cam Tubing Bender utilizes a free-rolling follower cam to minimize stretching and distortion when bending tubing. This produces uniform, tight, 180-degree bends down to a 1" radius. Will not harm protective surface coatings on fuel and brake lines. Comes apart for easy placement over long pieces of tubing. For bench use, a tab is provided on the lower handle.


Rolling-Cam Tubing Bender


49053 Brake Line Tubing, 25' long, 3/16" O.D.

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