Stainless Steel Exhaust Pipe Mandrel U-Bends, 1-3/4 Inch O.D.
Universal Fit, Custom Tubing Exhaust Pipe Type, 1.750" Outside Diameter, Stainless Steel
- These mandrel bent mild steel U-bends are made from the highest quality stainless steel
- Designed for building your own weld up headers or replacing bent or damaged header tubing
- Available in a raw or polished finish to better suit your application
- Has a 1-3/4" outside diameter and a 2.675" bend radius
- Overall length measures 9.35" and has a 6.3" width
Stainless steel mandrel bent mild steel U-bends for building your own weld up headers or replacing bent or damaged header tubing. Choose polished or raw finish.
- 1-3/4" outside diameter header pipe
- 2.675" bend radius
- Polished or raw finish
Notes6 inches of tube from bend. 304 grade stainless steel, annealed to A269 condition (prevents work hardening during construction/fabrication).
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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