Convert old threaded angle adapters to Quick Lock Connections

Discussion in 'Tutorials & DIY' started by H MAN, Jun 5, 2015.

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  1. H MAN

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    Using stronger PVC pipe to convert, old threaded angle adapters to quick lock connections.
    Also make extensions for Water Fed Brush .

     
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  2. H MAN

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    For the people that want to know the size of this pipe.
    Here are the inside and outside diameters.
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  3. WWC

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    New pipe Herman?
    It doesn't look like your orange fire retardant conduit.
     
  4. H MAN

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    This should be easier to find and works just as well as the thicker orange conduit.
     
  5. H MAN

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    Quick Easy way to make a male quick-lock connection that fits into your Gardiner Quick-LoQ brush socket.
     
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    So how do you make the Quick-LoQ male part again H MAN ?

     
  7. H MAN

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    Wasn't explained properly???
     
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    Oops! Sorry meant the female bit ?
     
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    Put this up because you can get this type of PVC pipe in the UK.
    And be able to reuse all the angle adapters with screw threads covert to Quick-LoQ so to connect to all the tools that have Quick-LoQ connections.
     
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    So is there an easy way to make female Quick-LoQ ends so they can fit together properly?
     
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