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Friday, April 7th 2006, 12:07pm

by Tom

yep, solder a female adaptor onto the copper pipe

Friday, April 7th 2006, 11:45am

by Stowy

what if the copper doesn't have any threads and i need to put a male thread option into the copper? Or i guess solder a copper thread coupler on so the pvc thread holds right?

Friday, April 7th 2006, 9:23am

by Tom

copper female threads to pvc male threads is the preferred method

Friday, April 7th 2006, 9:06am

by Stowy

Connecting PVC to Copper pipe?

This is probably really simple but how do i correctly connect PVC outgoing into 1 inch copper tubing? PVC Adapter with glue perhaps?