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Old 10-04-2012, 02:57 PM   #1
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If in pvc is a busking required?
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If in pvc is a busking required?
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TA= terminal adapter. I use the slip fitting and a coupling therefore no bushing. A pvc connector needs a bushing. Depending on how you read 352.46 a bushing is needed on all sizes of pvc connectors.


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Good luck getting a bushing on a bell end:


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That's what sawzalls and male adapters are for.
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That's what sawzalls and male adapters are for.

ummm...you don't need a bushing on a bell end.
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