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Look at the third member, it should be roughly octagonal, where the 9" is closer to a true circle. Also the bottom two bolts in the 6 and 8 oclock positions cannot be removed with a ratchet, only a open ended wrench on a 9 inch.
Depending on how much of it you are replacing it's cheaper for the prebent kits when you buy the bender, flaring tool, cutter and a few extra feet of tubing and fittings doesn't pan out. If you're going to do it more than once then buy the tools. I plan on buying them but I've also got a lot of time to do it.
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