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  • Sectional Coupling

    Do they make a 7/8"x5/8" coupling to connect the different sizes if one wanted too?

    Thanks.

    J.C.

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    Re: Sectional Coupling

    I have seen a 7/8" by 1 1/4" coupling in the past, but never really seen one to go from 7/8" to 5/8" but who knows maybe they made one.
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      Re: Sectional Coupling

      Originally posted by JCsPlumbing View Post
      Do they make a 7/8"x5/8" coupling to connect the different sizes if one wanted too?

      Thanks.

      J.C.



      As Shaquille O'neil would say...




      WUT?


      If you're running that through a powerfeed that would cause problems.
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        Re: Sectional Coupling

        Originally posted by DUNBAR View Post
        As Shaquille O'neil would say...




        WUT?


        If you're running that through a powerfeed that would cause problems.
        HUH?
        A sectional machine does not have a power feed.
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          Re: Sectional Coupling

          i made an adapter for my 7/8'' to run the 1.25'' cutters. pretty simple with a lathe.

          problem when going from 7/8 to 5/8'' is the cable torque thresholds would be way off.

          5/8'' sectional is way weaker than the 7/8''. unless you run the extra heavy 5/8'' c-9.

          rick
          phoebe it is

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