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    Anyone know of a manual pipe coping tool. I have to cope and saddle some 1" and 2" aluminum pipe for a t-top for a boat and would like to know if anyone has any ideas on the best way to make these cuts. I have seen a really simple manual pipe notcher/coper that works with a handle and just snips the pipe for a nice cope but dont know where to find one. If anyone may have used this type of notcher or knows where i can get one please let me know. Also open to ideas of any other means of making these cuts too.
    thanks

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    JD2 is what I use for coping aluminum tubing.

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    • #3
      +1 on the JD 2, Protools also has a very nice notcher and a google search will bring many more options.
      Bob

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      • #4
        Williams Low Buck and Vogel, I have one of each and they both have their place on the truck.
        life is good

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        • #5
          Originally posted by boodro View Post
          Anyone know of a manual pipe coping tool. I have to cope and saddle some 1" and 2" aluminum pipe for a t-top for a boat and would like to know if anyone has any ideas on the best way to make these cuts. I have seen a really simple manual pipe notcher/coper that works with a handle and just snips the pipe for a nice cope but dont know where to find one. If anyone may have used this type of notcher or knows where i can get one please let me know. Also open to ideas of any other means of making these cuts too.
          thanks
          http://www.woodwardfab.com/woodward_...b_page%203.htm

          Griff

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