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    boughrt a new jd2 tube notcher its HD
    must be 30lbs
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  • #2
    ive used one like it u wont have 2 clamp it down .real nice

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    • #3
      Wow! That looks really solid. I bought the aluminum one and the jd m3 bender, havent seen it yet, but am excited to. Have you checked out their free bender software? I downloaded it and it looks pretty good. Havent put it to practicle use yet, but it looks promising. Make the mistake on the computer and not expensive material.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by BC Iron works View Post
        boughrt a new jd2 tube notcher its HD
        must be 30lbs
        hope you like the hole saw notchers!, i bought a notcher made by Williams Lowbuck. its a mechanical notcher, no hole saw. its the best notcher ever made! i can notch the end of a tube in under 30 secs. cost around 300 dollars.

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        • #5
          the jd2 was $300.00

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          • #6
            That looks identical to my JMR and it has worked well for me for about 4 years now. Good solid tool. Mike.

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            • #7
              Thats got to be the cleanest looking John Deer in the background of the 3rd pic i have ever seen. The notcher's cool too...Bob
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              • #8
                Originally posted by aametalmaster View Post
                Thats got to be the cleanest looking John Deer in the background of the 3rd pic i have ever seen. The notcher's cool too...Bob
                I agree It must be brand new...lol no way it would stay that clean here, even after I CLEANED it
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                • #9
                  what kind of drill is needed to use it

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by got wide View Post
                    what kind of drill is needed to use it
                    Come on! check out the Tubing nothcer from Williams Lowbuck! you dont need a drill! i can notch a tube in under 30 seconds, no drill, no drill bits, no sparks, or cutting fluid.
                    The Williams Lowbuck notcher is the only notcher i will ever use again, it has a case hardened jaw that takes a bite out of the steel. all you need is a 4 foot steel handle to operate notcher.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by aspeyrer View Post
                      Come on! check out the Tubing nothcer from Williams Lowbuck! you dont need a drill! i can notch a tube in under 30 seconds, no drill, no drill bits, no sparks, or cutting fluid.
                      The Williams Lowbuck notcher is the only notcher i will ever use again, it has a case hardened jaw that takes a bite out of the steel. all you need is a 4 foot steel handle to operate notcher.
                      Ive used those, they arent as accurate for angles as a hole saw, or end mill, or sanding belt style.. Good for pipe though, and fast.
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                      • #12
                        yes new jd mower
                        any pics of the williams
                        i use a milwaukee 1/2 drill
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                        • #13
                          Can't beat the JD zero turn, (especially with Grandson at the wheel)
                          That notcher is definetly heavyduty!

                          Tim
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                          • #14
                            That's an awesome looking tool and I'd be proud to have it.

                            There don't SEEM to be any 1/2" hole saws. Looks like they start at 3/4".

                            No demand for it, is there another way to notch 1/2" tubing or maybe it's just not done? It's probably a stupid question.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Johnny View Post
                              That's an awesome looking tool and I'd be proud to have it.

                              There don't SEEM to be any 1/2" hole saws. Looks like they start at 3/4".

                              No demand for it, is there another way to notch 1/2" tubing or maybe it's just not done? It's probably a stupid question.

                              Thank You
                              Hole saws come in many sizes and yes they do come smaller than 1/2. I have a similar version of the notcher posted and it works great. You can make high angle notches, offset notches, compound notches and clamp it to a larger pipe and drill holes through for sleeves. That is very handy for race cage building as you can shave off small amounts to dial down to a tight fit. With this type unit the shaft is larger than 1/2 so you can't make high angle drill throughs in sizes under 1"
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