It is snug.
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It is snug.
It's not the copper end that is in question. It is the CI end. CI O.D. for 3" pipe size is 3.8 inches or larger depending on class. PVC O.D. is 3.5" This suggest that the coupling would be a bit...
With the advice I received here I was able to cut this down to the copper with a clean and straight cut. I ended up using my IR cutoff tool for a rough cut and then finished off with my Dremel tool...
Thanks! This is the kind of input I was looking for.
I was also trying to figure out how to install this with a hammer arrester and I see no way to do it with the convention top mount approach....
Any experience with these? I considering for powder room remodel where I need to redo the plumbing.
So is the round protruding ring the brass part?
I have a Fein Multimaster!!! So that is how I will do it but I need a new blade since I destroyed the one I had.
Shouldn't the lead tear away pretty easily if I spli it down the sides?
Thanks! What would you use to cut the pipe?
Thanks for your help.
Where does the copper end and the lead start? Is it at the bulge? Above or below. Any recommendations on the "no-hub connector"? There seem to be a lot of...
Hi, I'm new to this forum.
I'm renovating a powder room. The biggest part of the job is removing and replacing the tile floor / sub-floor. This also means I had to remove the toilet flange. In...