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Post by RAB on Sat Jan 02 2010, 17:02

hi , i need to make an exhaust soon for my duetz as i could end up starting some fires as the exhaust blows down wards , and sparks which could lead to dried grass catching in the summer, does anyone no what the shortest angled pipe i can get i think its the same sized thread as a D

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Post by Villiers on Sat Jan 02 2010, 17:05

You can get a 90* elbow, this is about 1 1/2 inch to the bottom after you have screwed it in. Get a black iron one not a galvernized one.

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Post by RAB on Sat Jan 02 2010, 17:09

Do you know were i can get x2 from and how much rougly its defo gonna be black Very Happy


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Post by Villiers on Sat Jan 02 2010, 17:11

Should get change from a fiver. You need to ask for a 1inch male x female equal elbow

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Post by Guest on Sat Jan 02 2010, 22:02

as villiers says ryan, get elbows with a male end and female end, that way if you get bored............. no sorry wrong idea, erm yeah, anyway moving on................. malleable iron is the cheapest (black iron) but the forged ones made from steel can be welded.

lister D's are 1" British Standard Pipe, BSP, measured from the inside diameter of the bore


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Post by RAB on Sat Jan 02 2010, 22:13

Does anyone know were i can get piping to Very Happy


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Post by Guest on Sat Jan 02 2010, 22:15

good plumbers merchants, or steel suppliers, though the latter will be more expensive lol


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Post by RAB on Sat Jan 02 2010, 22:18

You can buy exhausts from the plumbers , really, ill get down there monday didnt realise that Very Happy


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Post by Hope and Crank on Sat Jan 02 2010, 22:39

S.J. Andrews in Redruth sells black iron pipe fittings - they've always seemed cheap for those... just make sure it's the black iron ones you select or your wallet will take a battering!!!

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Post by RAB on Sat Jan 02 2010, 22:41

Do they thread it for you? its just i dont wanna go in there and make a tit out of myself as they have ripped me off twice recently Very Happy


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Post by Hope and Crank on Sat Jan 02 2010, 22:43

These should be pre-threaded. You're right, they are expensive for some stuff, we had about 150kgs of (10 inch?) channel from them last year and that cost an arm and a leg!!

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Post by pop-up on Sun Jan 03 2010, 12:09

If you don't want to make a tit of yourself or are unhappy with them, have a go online at :
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Post by RAB on Sun Jan 03 2010, 16:23

cheers ken ill take a look Very Happy

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