What Happens to My Insurance If I Have a Fender Bender?

Answer Fender benders are minor vehicle accidents that often cause more headache than vehicle damage. Though minor, the insurance carrier will process your fender bender claim like any other claim. In mos... Read More »

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What does the idiom"fender bender"mean?

The term "fender bender" came into common use in 1962 and describes an accident in which only the fender, the barrier that surrounds and protects the wheel well, was damaged. A fender bender now co... Read More »

What oil do I use for a Pines tube bender?

A Pines brand tube bender requires industrial hydraulic oil. The reservoir in the bender is 41 gallons. By using a high quality hydraulic oil, with proper ratios of base oil and additives, you can ... Read More »

How to Tell the Difference Between a Fender Acoustasonic Junior & a Fender Acoustasonic Amplifier?

Fender is one of the most famous names in the guitar world. Along with guitars, they produce amplifiers (or amps) that generate sound from electric signals sent by electric guitars and acoustic gui... Read More »

How to Use a 12-Ton Pipe Bender?

The 12-ton hydraulic pipe bender is a simple hand-operated device designed to bend water pipe and heavy-gauge galvanized pipe. This machine does not employ a flexible mandrel to support the inner w... Read More »