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Forum topic by Rayne posted 04-02-2018 09:10 PM 308 views 0 times favorited 2 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Rayne

1209 posts in 1956 days


04-02-2018 09:10 PM

Topic tags/keywords: tip resource

I think this kind of post will be helpful to people when they search the forums in the future. For those that are looking for a good source of 26ga Snaplock pipes, elbows, T’s (maybe Wyes), and reducers, check out Black’s Supply, Inc. They have 2 locations in Orlando, 1 in Eustis, and 1 in Leesburg. They are by far the best priced piping supplier that I could find (at the very least one that’s actually close to me). If anyone is looking to build out their Shop, I highly recommend them. (note: I don’t work for them or anything like that. Just supplying a source as these things tend to be hard to find at decent prices over the PVC counterparts; bought my entire setup from them and couldn’t be happier).

Black’s Supply, Inc.
http://www.blackssupply.com

Sample purchase 4/2/2018. Just to give you an idea. 5” bought due to the Super Dust Deputy using 5” inlet on mine.

1 – 5”, 5’ long 26ga Snaplock pipe – $6.25
1 – 5” Elbow – $1.95
1 – 10” → 6” reducer – $4.68 (using this for another DC MOD coming soon)


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fivecodys

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#1 posted 04-02-2018 11:37 PM

That is very good pricing!!
How was the freight?

I just spent a small fortune with Oneida for my 5” ducting & fittings. Free freight if your order is big enough.

KenCraft had good stuff too but their freight was what made me go Oneida.

I am curious to see how you make the connection to the SDD’s 5” inlet. I couln’t find anything that fit that opening correctly. Even their own 5” crimped ducting didn’t fit. It was too large. Very frustrating!
I finally used a rubber plumbing coupling to make it all work.

Good luck with your system build and let us know how it all went!

Chem

-- When you leave your shop for the night, make sure you can always count to 10.

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Rayne

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#2 posted 04-03-2018 12:58 AM

No freight because they’re local to me. Easy to fit inside my truck and 4 convenient locations. I’m not sure they ship; never asked. My entire system was a little over a $100, if I remember correctly. The wyes were the most expensive as they didn’t have those; had to find them elsewhere. The store only carries the T’s, so not helpful in my case.

The 5” snaplock fits in the inlet with the crimped end, but you do have to work it a little. Once you get past the entrance, it slides in easy. I used 3 self-tap screws to lock in place and foil tape to seal it. My entire system is setup; I just bought more parts to get ready for a shop reorg and possibly better efficiency. Once completed, I’ll take some shop photos to post.

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