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Hardline bending kit

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Good morning all, 

I was thinking to myself whilst lay in bed last night. 

Would anyone be willing to hire out their hardline bending kit?, for those of us that dont intend to be using the kit a lot and find it a bit silly to spend a fortune on a few tools to get bendy! I am sure i can use a copper pipe bender or make some form of template but figured with a "proper" kit it would make things a bit easier. 

 

Obviously i will pay for insured postage and pay for the "hire" too. 

 

What do you guys think?

 

Thanks

 

Martin 

 

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Wouldn't buying your own kit be more sensible than paying for shipping and insurance posting, as well as for the hire of someone's kit? Remember that shipping of heavy or large packages can get quite expensive and that if you hire someone's kit, you can only use it for a period of time. I don't actually know the prices of a new kit, but it's probably not worth it. Don't forget that you'd have to ship the kit back to the owner, which is added cost.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Shipping is free for me... i would also arrange free postage for someone else in the same boat too. 


A new kit is 70-100 bangaroos.

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5 hours ago, Sh4d0wm4n said:

 

If we're talking about acrylic/PETG, I would say freehand is perfectly sufficient for most people, you only need a saw and a silicone insert (which is pretty much tube specific anyway and so should be bought).

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