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Re: Connecting pipes together for primary?
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- Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2005 08:15:35 -0600
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Original poster: "Mike Knowlton" <amdx@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Original poster: Tyler <blimpie120@xxxxxxxxx>
>He did hook me up
> with some thin-as-nuts pvc, 6.3125" OD, a 8' section
> for 8 bucks! Now, I just need to figure out how to cut
> this straight, sand, dry, and enamel the pipe, and
> she's ready to go.
An easy way to cut large diameter pipe is to wrap a piece of paper ( maybe
newspaper) around the pipe, align
the paper where it overlaps and tape it. Follow the edge of the paper
around with a pencil marking the PVC. Then with a hack saw work your way
around the pipe (following the pencil mark) cutting a slight groove. Once
you go all the way around it is easy to
follow the grove and finish the cut.