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post #1 of 2 Old 09-24-2010, 12:41 AM Thread Starter
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Tube Bender/welder

wanting to start fab'n up my own bumpers and sidesteps and stuff like that, at least 1.5 OD Tubing And A Welder To Weld That Tubing And About 1/4 Think Plate

was wondering what your options are on these two items
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I use a JD2 Model III bender Not sure if 1.5 inch would look too small on a bumper though. You will be doing some pretty heavy welding. I would recommend going with a 220volt welder. It will be heavier duty and have a better duty cycle rating. I use a Miller matic 250. JJ

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