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Flexible piping for induction?? Please help

grimavxs

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I'm after about 8 metres worth of 2" or 2.5" flexible piping (preferably plastic) for a little induction project.

I've gone to Bunnings, Clark Rubber and John R Turk - they havn't got anything near what I want.

I just want something cheap like maybe some thick plastic conduit piping.

Can anyone help with suggestions??

Thanks
 

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give me about 2 days ill get back to you
 

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Go to a plumbing place... Black flexible storm water piping.

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MaT
 

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Also some hardwares have plastic ducting for sucking away saw dust in industrial situations. You can get it around 2" - 4" usaly grey though.

Jezz
 
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