Speedway Speedy Notcher Roll Cage Tube Joint Tubing Notcher
- Fantastic tool and is a ‘must have’ for making custom fabricated tube chassis, roll cages and header/exhaust work
- Works well with 9/16" to 2" O.D. tubing, useful in joining different sized tubing
- Ideal for anything that you need to put an angle onto the end of either round or square tubing for tight notches and perfect fit
- Incorporates and includes a built-in protractor gauge to quickly and easily set the degree angle of the tubing where end matches up to mating tubing
- Takes the challenges and difficulty out of making 40° to 90° angled tubing joints and makes angled tubing joints quickly and accurately
Makes angled tubing joints from 40° to 90° quickly and accurately. Is a must have for making custom roll cages and exhaust headers/manifolds. Works well with 9/16" to 2" O.D. tubing and is useful in joining different sized tubing. Compatible with drill press or 1/2" power drill.
Spanner wrench, 1-3/4" hole saw blade, and threaded reducer are included.
Prior to initial use, it may be necessary to rotate the tubing holding bracket fixture into the proper position in order to match up the tubing cradle in the bracket with the V-bracket. Please see above pictures for proper bracket positioning illustration.
916-89400 Instructions (PDF)
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Q & A
In this video, Joe and Darrian discuss and demonstrate how to properly set up and use the Speedway Tubing Notcher. It’s the perfect tool for fabricators and hobbyists alike! Use it to make headers, custom chassis, roll cages, or anything in between.
How to pick the right small block Chevy oil pan gasket. We look at a 350 Chevy oil pan gasket and help you identify what thick or thin gasket you will need.
There is a lot to consider when choosing the proper spark plug for your engine's intended application and power level. Let us take some of the guesswork out with our spark plug buyer's guide.
Learn some helpful tips for using your tire groover as well as what direction to cut your grooves and sipes for maximum side bite and forward bite on your dirt circle track race car.
Learn a few tips on how to properly mount modified bodies and some products that will help get the job done!
Custom rides usually require custom brake and fuel lines. Educate yourself on the tools you will need and the proper steps to a successful line assembly in our buyer's guide.
Broken exhaust studs are a common problem. This article describes what you need and how to remove a broken stud from an exhaust manifold. Learn how simple it is to remove broken or stubborn studs with a Titan Tools stud extractor tool.