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    Where can I get hold of a boss (double Socket –same side) 110mm x 40mm
    I've goggled this and can't one.

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    Default Re: Where to buy boss (double Socket – same side)

    Just glue two strap on bosses onto a piece of pipe done
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    Default Re: Where to buy boss (double Socket – same side)

    yep, two strap on bosses the way to go.

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    Default Re: Where to buy boss (double Socket – same side)

    I know you can use straps but can you not buy doubles on the same side ?

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    Default Re: Where to buy boss (double Socket – same side)

    Warning- It`s for underground connections and Kloor will go for her guns if you call her mate!



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    Default Re: Where to buy boss (double Socket – same side)

    Bossed connection not normally used underground. Would normally Tee off 110x110 and reduce to 40mm above ground. Please give further details of installation.

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    Default Re: Where to buy boss (double Socket – same side)

    Why don't you just use two polypipe short boss pipes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpm View Post
    In the above situation connecting to external 110mm underground, the standard method would be to connect via a back inlet gully. These now come with removable internal sleeve, allowing direct rodding to main run. I know the length of run may be minimal but building inspectors can prove rigid on such matters,

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    Default Re: Where to buy boss (double Socket – same side)

    Why can you not use two of the 110 x 40mm bosses joined together? They will meet up tight, similar to what you showed

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    Default Re: Where to buy boss (double Socket – same side)

    Maybe Kloor`s alternative is the way to go?

    https://1drv.ms/i/s!AlXOOGaTv36QgQjSNZa1BdvGWKrI

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    Default Re: Where to buy boss (double Socket – same side)

    Yep - that shows you what I have in mind for the double connector

    PS my dad calls me "mate" all the time
    PPS the reason for not using 2 bosses is that I just trying to be tight - mind you may cost more to get a double :-)
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