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Old 03-05-2009, 03:21 PM   #21
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My issues is with the price of the couplers.
If you're working with plastic/pvc, do you really need to buy a coupler that is made for the sanke attachment? Couldn't you just drill a hole into the top and attach your own coupling?


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If you're working with plastic/pvc, do you really need to buy a coupler that is made for the sanke attachment? Couldn't you just drill a hole into the top and attach your own coupling?
Prolly could but, IMO, it defeats the point of using the sankes to have fewer holes to maintain.
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