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Van Mark

Model T1050

Internet #202973996

Trim-A-Brake II

$1,295.00 /each

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The Van Mark T1050 portable siding brake is used to bend aluminum trim coil (3003 H14), light steel, and copper for residential siding, roofing, window and gutter installation. The original Trim-A-Brake series of benders have been manufactured since the early 1960s. The T1050 is lightweight and portable and very easy to operate and maintain. Ideal for the basic bending needed to install siding and windows, the T1050 bends metal up to 130 degrees. It is an exceptional Entry level or basic brake and very popular in the DIY markets. Van Mark makes the strongest, most durable and highest quality jobsite tools in the industry and all of Van Mark's products are manufactured and assembled in the USA.

  • 13 in. Throat depth by 3/8 in. jaw opening for easy bending of standard shapes
  • Traditional fixed hinge system of 3/4 in. or larger bends
  • Patented toggle lock system is easy to adjust and maintain
  • Dual I-Beam base rails keeps brake bending straight
  • Quick release full loop bending handle for uniform bends
  • Anodized finish for superior protection from the elements
  • Built in material stops for repeat bends without measuring
  • Bending capacities .024 gutter or trim coil and 28 gauge galvanized steel

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What is the maximum length of sheet metal this brake will bend. It would seem 10 feet. Is that correct?

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It says the product is 131 inches long, Therefore this should bend maximum length of 10 feet I assume. Is that correct?
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The maximum length of material that can fit in the jaw of the brake is 10'6" or 126". 10'6" brakes are the most common used in the industry. It allows the user to do majority of windows, doors and trim with one, full length piece. The 131" length is the shipping length, so it is the box length.
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How to put the vinyl tab back in

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Affordable My brake needed adjusted out of the box but will do the job well nice that was cheaper September 11, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice product, works good, simple machine. Works good, very simple to use, not much to say, it bends metal good. April 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is a great product I have one of these and have used it for about 5 years. and have had exceptional quality. September 10, 2012
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