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    Awesome Jay, thank you. Does anyone have a preference of slip bulkheads vs threaded bulkheads. I’m planning on using the flexible pvc for the intake and return.

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    I didn't care till recently when I had threaded leak on me, so now I'm slip and glue all the way!
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    I like threaded with tape.....but I'm limited in space.
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    Man do I feel like an idiot asking some of these questions but I’m gotta do it. I was set on going slip x slip bulkhead until I started shopping for the lock line. Then I noticed that the lock line adapters are threaded.......now what do I do? Do I get bulkheads that are thread x slip or they have slip x thread??? What the hell is he difference in that??? Ahhh

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    Does this help?
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    remember you can install bulkheads "backwards" to save room if you're close to a wall or something. (gasket goes on the flange, not necessarily the wet side)

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    Yes thank you. I have some room so I went with slip/slip fitting. I have everything I need to plumb so I’m measuring and will be cutting soon. I’m sending the pvc through the wall so I want to make sure my cuts are accurate.

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