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    Handheld rebar straightener - GIF

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    Could be just as easy with a pipe. I remember doing this with a pipe.

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    Glad someone doesn't buy this and straighten out all those used cheater-bent pipe wrenches. Funny part, folks ask same amount as a used straight one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwmkravchenko View Post
    Could be just as easy with a pipe. I remember doing this with a pipe.
    That rebar looks to be like #10 or 11 rebar. You must have been in pretty good shape, with a pretty dang long/stout pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cognitdiss View Post
    That rebar looks to be like #10 or 11 rebar. You must have been in pretty good shape, with a pretty dang long/stout pipe.
    225 lbs 6'2" and a pipe as tall as me. Yeah back then for sure. Now could probably do it, but know the cost and would find better leverage.

    Lost the 2" gained 40 you know the drill.

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