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Tech Talk: Roll Cage Tube Joint Tubing Notcher

5/6/2019
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When you first remove the tubing notcher from the box, the rounded portion will be on the flat side of the clamp. Make sure to rotate the tubing holding bracket fixture so the rounded side is on the V-side of the clamp to avoid the set screw putting a dent or kink in your tubing. This product comes with instructions, Spanner wrench, 1-3/4" hole saw blade and threaded reducer. The protractor on the tubing notcher allows you to set the degree that you want the pipe to lay, not the degree of the actual cut. To set the angle, tighten the nut on the slotted hole and the center nut to help hold it in place. This is the best tubing notcher for your needs.

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