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Tubing notcher

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Jan 3, 2007
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A couple of weeks ago i bought an angle adjustable tubing notcher and have been plugging away making 90 degree cuts for my carry-thru structure. Then today i needed to start making some angled cuts. Turns out that the notcher is set up in a way that doesn't allow the tubing to fit underneath the hole saw unless it is at a flat 90. Trying any angle results in the tubing butting into the side of the bit....even at its retracted postion.

Either i'm missing something or they didn't bother to use one of these things before shipping them out to the stores. Either seems possible from where i'm sitting. HAS anyone else bought a tubing notcher from Harbour Frieght with the same result?????



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