- Schedule 80 Reducing Coupler Slip x Slip
The golden rule of plumbing is that every job takes three trips to the store. While this can be frustrating locally it can be much worse when shopping online. Being short a fitting or two can delay a plumbing project for days. Here are some quick tips to avoid this.
- Plan your plumbing on paper
- Don't skimp on unions. Unions allow for easy breakdown and maintenance as well as remove the need for precise elbow placement. Use them as often as possible.
- When in doubt order extra. We happily accept returns for a full refund (less shipping) on all unused fittings within one month of purchase. A few extra bucks in return shipping is less frustrating than a project delay.
Good product By Marc-antoine on 4/29/2015Marc-antoine would recommend this product to a friendGood quality great color
A Well Built Reducing Coupler (Slip x Slip) By Brandon on 1/30/2014Brandon would recommend this product to a friendI bought this sch 80 coupler as a way to increase the pipe size on my return pump by flipping it around. Works well but I'm sure there are better methods for what I am trying to do.
What is the outside diameter of the 1 1/4 to 1 reducing bushing on both sides?
For the reducing coupler a 1" and 1.25" pipe will be able to slip inside the coupler and be glued in place. The Outside diameter does not play a role in plumbing the coupler. With that the plastic is around 1/" thick and the OD will be closer to 2" x 1.75 Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Which one should I get to go from 1 and a half to 1 and a quarter? I'm getting a roller mat and the adaptor kit that you guys have is for 1 and a quarter so going down a quarter inch isn't an issue for me
What size do I need to go from 1" to 3/4"
If you want to go from 1" to 3/4" then you would want the 1" to 3/4" reducing coupler, sku 202568