How to Notch Tubing Perfectly for Cheap! II

In this video I’ll share another way to simply and affectively notch/cope tubing on the cheap using common garage and metal working tools. I hope you learn something from this and can apply these tips to your own projects! Thank you – Tim

You’ll need an Angle Grinder:
A 6″ cutoff wheel as seen in the video:
A 5″ flap disk as seen in the video:
WARNING, larger wheels can be dangerous…What we normally recommend is 4.5″ wheels:
flap disk:

How-To Notch Tubing with a Handheld Drill:
How-To Notch Tubing with a Tubing Notcher:
How-To Bend Tube with a Tubing Bender:



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