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RE: secondary question

Original poster: Yurtle Turtle <yurtle_t@xxxxxxxxx>

http://www.mcmaster.com/ has 4.215 OD" thin wall sewer
pipe in 4.5' lengths for $7.47. And McMaster has never
been known for being the cheapest; just the most


--- Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Original poster: "Lau, Gary" <Gary.Lau@xxxxxx>
> While my previous reply suggested there's probably
> nothing wrong with
> using PVC/foam core, provided that it's not black,
> it's really untested
> water, afaik.  There's nothing wrong with using
> thick, solid PVC - it's
> just heavier than you might prefer.  As far as it
> coming in unwieldy
> 10-foot sections, the store will be happy to loan
> you a saw to rough-cut
> it to whatever length(s) you can accommodate.  But
> it does seem wasteful
> to buy 10 feet when you just need 3.
> Regards, Gary Lau
>  > Original poster: "Glen McGowan"
> <glen.mcgowan@xxxxxxxxx>
>  >
>  > I have the same question. Lowes / Home Depot
> seems to carry alot of
>  > the cellcore PVC in smaller sections which is
> conveinent. But the
>  > Drainage PVC comes in huge 10 foot sections that
> don't usually fit in
>  > the grocery getter. I've read as thin as you can
> get it but It would
>  > be nice to see an expert opinion.

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