At the bottom of this article, in your defence, god knows why they have left it to the day to lay it out.
Currently called Kit (tabby) and Rosie (tortoiseshell) as names by our 4 year old...
Two new additions for us, Farm next door found them in a barn, and they have dogs who aren’t too keen, so we have adopted
Big K stuff is good, Webber are also good for briquettes. For lumpwood I use the restaurant quality stuff that you get in blue bags, tends to be big lumps though.
Excellent result, didn’t need to add any extra pipe? Is that a reducer?
Yep, that would do it!
ah you may have 2 different profiles the, instead of using coupler, can just use a reducer https://www.screwfix.com/p/mcalpine-st28m-straight-connector-white-32mm-x-40mm/95260 and then a short bit of 32mm pipe connected to the right angle.
If not 100% sure I would buy a 32 coupler, 40 coupler and a 32 to 40 reducer, covers you for all eventualities!
I'm sure others will have a better idea, but I would have thought a short bit of pipe and then a coupler would sort that, assuming it is 32mm something like this https://www.screwfix.com/p/floplast-wc07-universal-compression-waste-straight-coupler-white-32mm-x-32mm/15490 would sort it, cut a short bit of pipe to go into the 90 degree you have there and place couple between new bit and the out pipe.
Have done a couple, for me it depends on if you are moving much stuff round? Moving toilets was a pain for me.
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