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Manual Tube Beader for 5/8 inch and Larger Tubing

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Don't risk a DNF (or worse) by letting a hose slip off of a non-beaded tube! A bead around the end of a tube acts as a stop to keep hose clamps from slipping off. Plain tubing can't stop clamps from slipping off under pressure.

This vise-mounted tool will form a perfect bead on the end of aluminum or copper tubing. Simply insert the end of the tubing between the dies and start cranking the turning handle. Give the wheel a quarter-turn with each full rotation of the tubing to gradually tighten the dies against the tubing. In just a few cranks, you're done!

Accepts copper or aluminum tubing as small as 5/8" ID and as large as 2".

Note: This tool requires the tubing to rotate through 360 degrees. If your tubing has a bend beyond 90 degrees near the end, you may need to get creative in order to use this tool.

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$199.99
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poor copy of an original, bad quality control, doesn't work

By chazzz

from New Orleans, LA

Verified Buyer

Comments about Manual Tube Beader for 5/8 inch and Larger Tubing:

looks and feels like the original we had a few years back. However, on our first bead of an aluminum tube we discovered that the end play on the small wheel was too great. This caused the tube end to interfere with the housing. As a result the end of the tube was "machined" by the housing. Not to Pegasus standards! Suggested they inspect them all for this problem before shipment

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