In this video, Matt goes over using the 1/4″, 3/16″, and 3/8″ fuel and brake tubing straighteners from Eastwood.
We have the 3/16″ and 3/8″ straighteners on-hand. It is an indispensable tool when running brake and fuel lines and we use it on nearly every tubing project of size.
This handheld tool is simple to use and removes bends from brake and fuel tubing without kinking the line — Straighten steel, stainless steel, aluminum, or copper tubing for brake systems, fuel systems, and more.
Add this handy tool to your shop. It’ll save a lot of time and frustration and will save your money by enabling you to use less-expensive bulk coiled tube while still putting out professional-looking straight tube results — nothing looks worse than a wavy brake or fuel line running down a dead-straight frame rail…
An Exclusive From Eastwood
Using this Eastwood exclusive tube straightener system is much quicker and less expensive than bench-mounted tubing straighteners. Simultaneously, you get way better results and get them faster than trying to straighten the tubing by hand.
Plus, you’ll get better flow through your lines because there are no bends or irregularities. On top of all that, you can use this tool and a marker to index the tubing, so all your bends are on the same plane.
Handheld Tubing Straightener Features
- Straightens coiled or bent lines
- Works on steel, stainless, copper, and aluminum
- Great for brake lines, fuel lines, and more
- Available in popular sizes (1/4″, 3/16″, and 3/8″)
- It saves time and money
- Easy to use
Get the tool(s) and more info from Eastwood: www.eastwood.com/eastwood-han…
Editor’s Note ~ This is not a sponsored post, this is simply a tool worth having.