IDEAL Introduces our Bender/Boot Combo

IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
IDEAL Introduces our Bender/Boot Combo

Electricians’ most preferred bender*
  • Grooved patented foot provides stabilityand leverage while bending on smooth surfaces
  • Textured tread and hand grip provides support for saddle and offset bends
  • Easy to push-on and remove
  • #74-126 1/2 in., #74-127 3/4 in.
* Based on 2016 Vista data

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