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    DIY Senior Member thezster's Avatar
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    Default New splice fitting

    Oops.. new "splice fitting".. not spice.... Need to cut into the main stack and install a "Y"... I don't have any "slack" to move the stack up or down. I don't want to install a Fernco... Yet can't find a coupling (is "no hub" the proper term?) - that will slide up the existing pipe while I make my splice and then slide down to cover the jont. Is there such an animal...?? Specialty plumbing shop rather than the big box??
    Last edited by thezster; 02-15-2009 at 04:27 PM. Reason: long day... not thinking clearly
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    A no-hub coupling can be rolled up and then rolled down.
    They are used all the time in a stack to insert a fitting or section of pipe.


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