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#36423 - 04/06/04 06:29 PM stub ups  
big guy  Offline
Joined: Dec 2003
Posts: 59
Dose anybody know where i can get sizes
for rigit pipe stub ups. From 2" to 5"
thanks alot big guy

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#36424 - 04/06/04 07:06 PM Re: stub ups  
hbiss  Offline
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Hawthorne, NY USA
Are you looking for 90 deg elbows? Your supply house should handle at least through 4" and be able to order larger.


#36425 - 04/06/04 08:30 PM Re: stub ups  
cavo148  Offline
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Posts: 79
New Jersey
Hal is right about getting 90 degree sweeps, or manufactured 90's as some call them, from your supplier. If you want to save some money, down the road that is, next time you come across another EC with a hydraulic pipe bender make some sort of a deal with him. I'm sure he'll be happy to make a few extra bucks to cover the cost of his bender. At the very least, it'll be one less big coupling you have to buy.


#36426 - 04/10/04 12:23 PM Re: stub ups  
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thanks i got it
we have some big benders that i use but thay
are not on my job.I have to put in pipes from one room to another.(under the slab) One room is 18" higher i can't have the bend
of the pipes stick out of the slab per spec.

#36427 - 04/11/04 08:02 PM Re: stub ups  
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I assume the pour is not on grade where you could just trench deep enough so the bend will be below the finished floor. The way around this is to use two 45 deg bends, one horizontal and the other vertical. Align both so the stub up is plumb. Hopefully this will keep everything below.


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