Features

  • Designed for bending annealed copper, steel and stainless with a wall thickness less than or equal to 0.06" (1.5 mm) to a maximum of 180°.
  • Offset cushion grip handles for comfort when forming 180° bends. A 90° start angle and unique oil-absorbing shoe minimize bending effort while forming accurate bends.

Ordering Information - Imperial

Catalog Number Model No. Description Tube Size Capacity (actual O.D.) (in.) Bend Radius (in.) Weight
lb. kg
36117 403  Lever Bender  3/16  5/8  1 1/2  0.86 
36122 404  Lever Bender  1/4  5/8  1 1/2  0.86 
36092 405/408M  * Lever Bender  5/16  15/16  2 3/4  1.18 
36097 406  Lever Bender  3/8  15/16  2 3/4  1.18 
36132 408  Lever Bender  1/2  1 1/2  5 1/2  2.45 
This product is dual-purpose, being both inch and metric.

Ordering Information - Metric

Catalog Number Model No. Description Tube Size Capacity (actual O.D.) (mm) Bend Radius (mm) Weight
lb. kg
36112 406M  Lever Bender  16  1 1/2  0.68 
36092 405/408M  * Lever Bender  24  2 3/4  1.18 
36102 410M  Lever Bender  10  24  2 3/4  1.18 
36127 412M  Lever Bender  12  38  5 1/2  2.45 
This product is dual-purpose, being both inch and metric.

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looks like very small torx type screw but not sure.
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“Tightening up the bender can mean several different things. It could be as simple as tightening reference number 7, however the tool could be loose in a few other places that I have indicated with the red circles.
• If the latch is loose it could be reference number 7 again or the wave washer (# 5 is worn or missing).
• It could be the bending shoe which would mean the roll pin (# 2) or the hole on the entire handle is worn or defective.
• The bending form on the upper handle assembly could be loose, in which case again the tool is either worn or defective tightening would not be possible.
• The link that connects the bending handle to the form could be loose, in which case the same thoughts I stated above would apply.

If there are still questions please contact our Technical Suport Department at 888-743-4333.

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