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Old 11-20-2014, 10:05 PM   #1
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Steel Pipe Compression Fitting


Owners recently had Splits systems installed and the existing heaters has been removed and capped. However , some of the pipe is sticking a bit and we cannot remove the pipe and retread. Is there a way we can cut down shorter and install some type of compression fitting ?

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Old 11-20-2014, 10:19 PM   #2
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Re: Steel Pipe Compression Fitting


Betcha the other end of that pipe is threaded too. Why can't you unscrew it and replace it with a shorter stub (or a plug)?

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Betcha the other end of that pipe is threaded too. Why can't you unscrew it and replace it with a shorter stub (or a plug)?

That makes way too much sense.
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If its in NYC it may be in someone else's apt. or China
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Just convert it into a stylish olde world gas lamp, or if it's a water line - a drinking fountain
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