|Posted by Matt C on February 10, 2003 at 22:26:57:|
|In response to Re: Cast Iron Hub Fitting with 3.12 ID Hub|
: Yes, I used 2" pipe (2.38" OD). The original lead and oakum seal was .40" thick on each side of the galvanized pipe. Hence the 3.12" hub ID.
: The ABS coupler I used had an OD of 2.73", and when I stretched the Fernco P22U-205 busing over it I got a great fit in the Hub. i.e. I had to drive the bushing into the hub with a hammer.
: : Are you sure you were not using 1 1/2" pipe? There is no way a 2" coupling would fit into a 2" hub, much less a "donut".
: : : : Without being there it is impossible to tell if things are just not fitting together properly. But it is possible that they won't since the lead hub was never designed to have the "donut" installed in it, so it could have the wrong dimensions.
: : : : : : Matt,
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: : : I was finally able to get the donut seal to work by placing a 2" coupler on the end of the pipe. The larger OD made the seal work properly. Thanks for the help and the great site.
Will have to special order as almost no supply stocks it.
Suggest you replace it before it breaks. You could also move.
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