Came from a guy named Troy from Swagoffroad
I think the dies were about $150. Might seem spendy, but when ya consider I've now got about 300 into a tool that other places are selling for well over a thousand, I'm doing ok. If I was gonna be doing real production with it, I'd consider a Baleigh set up, but that's several thousand. For the home user, I think this thing will get ya by.
Now for tube bending, I still recommend the JD2
, Again, this is for the home user, not a production type enviroment.
Basically, you have to evaluate your own needs, and decide what you want out of your tools. Quality tools are worth paying for, especially if you're counting on them to make you money.