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Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Tony Morse, 12 May 2020.

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    Just use a 90° underground bend. screwfix item no. 12960

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    Can i ask what you think about this access attachement, it narrows so would prefure the other type, does it matter which one i use? thanks IMG_20200523_115910.jpg
     
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    Just thought that i would post the latest upto date pictures, not far of completion for the outside now, the last part i ordered only come yesterday, so have only just done it, i bedded the long radious in with cement as you said, and bedded in the Gulley, and covered the pipes in full, with Pea Gravel, back filled it with all the small stuff i picked out of what i dug out, i need some more backfill now to finish it. IMG_20200522_124323.jpg IMG_20200522_124340.jpg IMG_20200522_140842.jpg IMG_20200522_140849.jpg IMG_20200522_142546.jpg IMG_20200522_144010.jpg IMG_20200522_145105.jpg IMG_20200522_145341.jpg IMG_20200522_145352.jpg IMG_20200522_145814.jpg
     
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