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Old 10-08-2017, 08:31 PM
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Default Wire bending tool.

They sell this tool for bending wire to make control rods on model airplanes, I was installing a new choke cable on the 1211 and they came in very handy when making the end. They are called Z bend pliers and can be had for about $10.
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That's pretty slick. Where did you procure such an implement?
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That's pretty slick. Where did you procure such an implement?
Just about any hobby shop geared towards planes or off ebay.
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That's pretty slick. Where did you procure such an implement?

Jeff ,
I would think you would have made one already Like the one I have.

I like the one Tim has, but you need a tighter z bend sometimes.
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