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523 days ago

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For the last three days I have trying to locate ATSM-2729 S&D 6” in SLC Utah without in luck so far.
Any idea where I can find that here in SLC Utah?
I have called several plumbing supply and irrigation companies.
All those I talked to carry the heavy and expensive stuff, but not the thin wall.
One carry thin walled tubing but it is the type with O-rings not the slip type
Thank you.
Bertrand

-- Bert


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Dallas

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#1 posted 523 days ago

Bert, I think you are looking for ASTM D2729. I just did a Google search and the first one to pop up was Tractor Supply. I don’t know your zip code so couldn’t tell if it was available near you.

-- Improvise.... Adapt...... Overcome!

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Fred Hargis

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#2 posted 523 days ago

It can be tough to find, didn’t you say in the other post you had decided to go with galvenized? Anyway, if there is a Hughes Supply in SLC (they are national, I think) you might try them for the thinwall. Like Dallas said, if there is a Tractor Supply (or other farm/urban living chain) they may have it as well.

-- I long for the days when Coke was a cola, and a joint was a bad place to be (Merle Haggard)

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b2rtch

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#3 posted 523 days ago

I tried tractor supply, they do not have one in Utah.
I tried another six companies this morning, nobody carry it. I am now going to try Hugues Supply.
Yes, I wrote that I shall go with galvanized but I still hope to be able to use PVC, I just like PVC better and I believe that ii would be less noisy.

Thank you for your help.

-- Bert

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b2rtch

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#4 posted 523 days ago

http://www.hughessupply.com/branchlocations.asp

no Hughes Supply in Utah

-- Bert

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rkober

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#5 posted 523 days ago

Was Ferguson Enterprises one that you tried? I’m pretty sure the branch that I work with has it.

-- Ray - Spokane, WA - “Most people don’t recognize opportunity because it’s usually disguised as hard work.” - Unknown

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b2rtch

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#6 posted 523 days ago

My company works with Ferguson
I called Ferguson waterworks, the guys I had on the phone had no clue of what I was talking about.
I going to try them again.

-- Bert

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crashn

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#7 posted 523 days ago

I have the same issue here in DC. Cannot find the thinwall stuff, only the regular, at Lowes (not HD) and it is about 40 some bucks for a 10’ lenght

interested on where you end up finding it, internet or not.

-- Crashn - the only thing I make more of than sawdust is mistakes

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#8 posted 523 days ago

What about Lowe’s:

-- "It's amazing how much can go wrong when you think you know what you're doing."

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Dallas

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#9 posted 523 days ago

Bert, Why not the green D3034? That should be pretty easy to find. It’s about all we use around here for septic runs.

-- Improvise.... Adapt...... Overcome!

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b2rtch

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#10 posted 523 days ago

I just called Ferguson again.
I had someone on the phone, very helpful, in Ogden.
They do not carry thin wall PVC but normal sewer pipe, they sale 6” pipe for $2.02/foot, because trough my company I am a good customer. I called another company which wanted $4.34/foot for the same stuff!
A 6×6x6x slip Wye is 24.07
SLC do not carry slip fittings but only O-ring fittings but from Ogen, Dave can ship everything in SLC at no additional cost.

A galvanized 6×6x6x Wye at HD is only 10.98.less than 1/2 price.
The 6” pipe is only $1.62/foot and no static electricity.
I am still going to go with galvanized.
Thank you all for your help, I really appreciate it.

-- Bert

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crashn

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#11 posted 523 days ago

Clayton,
That is 4” pipe, standard wall. OP was asking about 6”, thin wall :)

-- Crashn - the only thing I make more of than sawdust is mistakes

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CL810

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#12 posted 523 days ago

Just realized that crashn, I’m sure that’s the problem then, I’ve never seen 6” storm and drain pipe.

-- "It's amazing how much can go wrong when you think you know what you're doing."

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Fred Hargis

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#13 posted 523 days ago

Bert, you can get the fittings through McMaster Carr, and they seem to only charge actual shipping. It’s been quite a while since I priced any, but they seemed quite competitive. Of course, if you can’t get the pipe…I guess it doesn’t matter about the fittings.

-- I long for the days when Coke was a cola, and a joint was a bad place to be (Merle Haggard)

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crashn

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#14 posted 520 days ago

no worries, building a saw/downdraft table and wishing now that I had gone galvanized instead of 6” pvc

-- Crashn - the only thing I make more of than sawdust is mistakes

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b2rtch

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#15 posted 519 days ago

Crashn, even with galvanized and my shop is not that big ,I am for already over $600.00 of pipe and fittings.
PVC would have been more that double that price.
Why is everything so expensive?

-- Bert

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