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  1. godsplumber

    Gas line size

    Great drawing just like in school 20 years ago. Here in my town, we have to stay with 3/4" all the way to the range, even though the cfh would dictate 1/2" is ok. In your case you could run 171 cfh with 3/4 at 40 feet. I would also say you could manage your demand and be ok waiting to up size...
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    Replacing old cast iron

    great pictures. with limited money if its not broken don't fix it approach. Fernco's (all rubber/no metal shield) are used for only when buried by earth. must use approved shielded coupling which will be labelled cast to abs, or cast to copper etc. I used a skill saw with a $3.00 metal blade...
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    In the Trades Forum

    I would like to be included in the trades discussion. Also, I saw a guy dry fitting his piping system. He was using motor oil (10/40) inside the hubs before inserting the pipe, for a tight fit. Does that raise any concerns with you?
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    UPC Plumbing Code, Helpful Hints by Bert Polk Plumbing inspector

    I will use the pictures. Thanks for the link
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    Thank you for the reply. I won't suggest it. I will see if I can take a picture of the approved plan.
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    yes. sand shading
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    the plumber I am questioning did not do the trench layout, the guy that did the layout left the job.
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    My friends brewery. I have to tell my friend, his plumber is not a plumber. I want to give him a correction list of what I see is wrong so far. But I don't want to suggest the sand shading because of cost, even though if it were my system I would do it. I would rather he wait for the...
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