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Thread: I need a 1 1/4" slip joint 90 degree elbow.

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    Default I need a 1 1/4" slip joint 90 degree elbow.

    Anyone know where I can find one? They are tough to find on the web and Home Depot didn't have them. Thanks

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    In the Trades Gary Swart's Avatar
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    I assumed you are looking for PVC, but regardless of whether it's copper or PVC, go a a real plumbing shop. Box stores typically only handle items that have a fairly rapid turn over. Most plumbing supply houses say the will only sell to licensed plumbers, but for one or two pieces they usually will make a cash sale to anyone. Just don't expect to buy major items.

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    sounds like he's looking for a slip joint 90.The one used for tubular brass.

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    This company has 1-1/2 or 1-1/4"
    http://www.************.com/invt/u238413

    don't know why but the name of the company above is "do it yourself" don't know why it shows up as ***
    Last edited by Peanut9199; 06-25-2007 at 05:17 AM.

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    They are offering an 1-1/2" tee with 1-1/2x1-1/4 bushing washers.

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    A double slip joint elbow is a difficult fitting to keep together. What you need is a 1 1/4" "flush elbow" which has a slip joint on one end and a length of tubing on the other that you cut to fit as necessary. Good plumbing stores have them.

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    I assume this is for a bath faucet. Many times it's easiest to go from 1 1/4" to 1 1/2" at the pop-up drain using a reducing ferrule. Then use a 1 1/2" p-trap, etc..

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