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    tubing notcher

    I am looking into getting a tubing notcher for use at my garage at home, I am no chassis builder just need something for mild use. I think I have it narrowed down to ol joint jigger or the jd2. Just looking for some opinions on these from those who have used them.

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE TheYellaBrick's Avatar
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    One main feature to consider is bearings vs bushings. I've a Speedway notcher with brass bushings that are getting a tad sloppy after 20 years of use. I keep the oil on 'em while in use. Bearings will last longer if they are a sealed type.
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    I know have and use a jd2 notch master and i love it, when i worked in the dragster shop we had several $100 cheap notchers that worked fine


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