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Monday, September 17th 2007, 2:41am

by jimmyburg

you can make your own swing arm or bye one, I use a 1x3/4x1 threaded T and use a 3/4 threaded barb fitting to the T and run the flex tube to another 3/4 barb fitting and connect to the rotor.

Thursday, September 13th 2007, 9:31am

by hermanmgmt

Swing joint or funny pipe

What is the prefered method to attach Hunter rotors to 1" PVC pipe and what are the mechanics of this process.