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1/4" Threaded Connectors

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Q_14WTTB

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  • William - Feb 6th 2021

    5
    Great product. Works well.

    I use these fittings to irrigate all of my inground garden plants. I would buy again and recommend them to other gardeners that use micro sprinklers

Description

This fitting has 1/4" threads (10/32) on each side and is used to connect 1/4" Rigid Risers to PVC pipe. To use, drill a hole in the PVC pipe and tap with 10/32 thread. Twist one end of the connector into the {{widget type="catalog/product_widget_link" template="catalog/product/widget/link/link_inline.phtml" id_path="product/1459"}} and the other end into the PVC pipe.

This connector can also be used when connecting a {{widget type="catalog/product_widget_link" template="catalog/product/widget/link/link_inline.phtml" id_path="product/1459"}} to poly tubing.

Use the back of the Yellow Handle Punch to thread the connector to the {{widget type="catalog/product_widget_link" template="catalog/product/widget/link/link_inline.phtml" id_path="product/1459"}}.

Use a Stabilizer Stake to support {{widget type="catalog/product_widget_link" template="catalog/product/widget/link/link_inline.phtml" id_path="product/1459"}} when inserted into mainline tubing.

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