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 Post Posted: Thu Jul 24, 2003 10:00 am 
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Originaly posted by andeh,
Did you glue in the sdr or what? I'm getting some, and I'm not sure about pvc cement, because if it sets too quickly, I could mess up my coaxial. then again, I don't want a 5-10 foot long rocket either.


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 Post Posted: Thu Jul 24, 2003 6:00 pm 
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Originaly posted by Bartman007,
in. Is that correct? If so... um...
How about this, does it need to be glued along the whole length of the barrel? If not, couldn't you slide it in all but 6" (or whatever length feels appropriate.) Prime the exposed inside of the sleeved pipe on one end, and prime the sdr at the other end, then slide it in all the way? I realize this wouldn't give as good of a weld as if you did the whole pipe, but would it work good enough?

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 Post Posted: Thu Jul 24, 2003 9:00 pm 
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Originaly posted by andeh,


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Originaly posted by Bartman007,
you could try cutting the sdr into two 5' sections and glueing them in separately. Or better yet, maybe cut the 2" sch80 sleeve into two 5' sections and glue those on separately, and apply a little extra glue to weld the two sleeves together at the joint.

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Originaly posted by andeh,
have a detachable 5 foot section. Mainly for portability issues. I'm going to have 3" male/female adaptors to connect, and grind out on of the bushings and slide the pipe through until it hits. Kind of hard to explain the process but I think you get it.


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