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 Post subject: 8mm microbore manifold
PostPosted: Sun Apr 29, 2018 11:33 am 
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I'm replacing a few cupped floorboards in my hallway and found my manifold. I'm curious how this is made. Is this premade with a join somewhere or is this made in situ?


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Since there are no joins on the microbore, I would guess it was made in situ

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You just buy the 4 way adaptor then solder the microbare pipes to it and the 22mm on to the 22mm pipe work

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someone-else wrote:
Since there are no joins on the microbore, I would guess it was made in situ


What I thought but just wanted to make sure.


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