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Quote for a model 32 and a 1.75" die to 20147 business address please.

Excuse my ignorance of never owning a bender but will a 180° die bend a 90° or do you need one of each 180° and 90° to make the different bends? I'd like to be asked to do both!
 

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Are you guys going to have any black Friday deals? Looking at model 32/couple dies and notchmaster. Thanks
We are having one for web orders. The coupon code is on the website and social media. Thanks!
 

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Price for model 32 with 1.5" 5.5 180 die and 1.75" 6.5 180die shipped to 46219. And is it cheaper if I have it shipped to a business?

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What the difference between a Model 3 and a Model 32? How much for a Model 32 shipped to 43081?
The main differences between the Model 3 and the Model 32 are:

• Model 3 can bend up to 2” OD round tubing and pipe (up to 1” solid), as well as square tubing up to 1.5”. Model 32 can bend up to 2.5” OD round tubing and pipe (1.5” solid), as well as square tubing up to 2”.
• The Model 32 is a heavier duty machine. It features a larger frame, as well as larger pins, that provide more durability and allow you to bend heavier material. Model 3 maxes out at .120” wall thickness on anything over 1” OD, whereas Model 32 can handle .250” wall thickness on anything between 1.5” to 2”, and .120” over 2” OD.
• Model 32 has two ratchets so that one will always be engaged while bending to prevent spring back, which is really helpful, especially if bending chromoly.
• Model 32 also has a die locking mechanism that prevents the die from relaxing when not bending.
• Price: Model 3 is $295; Model 32 is $395.
 
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