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Thread: Polaris Outlet Right Angle connector

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    Polaris Outlet Right Angle connector

    When my polaris pump was installed many years ago, the installer used a right angle connector from the top of the discharge because it gave a better angle to avoid a big loop. Long story short, I need a new right angle connector, but my googling skills have failed. It doesn't appear to be a polaris part, is this a generic part?

    --Tom
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    Re: Polaris Outlet Right Angle connector

    It is probably just a threaded 3/4" PVC fitting, right? Threaded on one side and perhaps slip on the other? All 3/4". A picture would confirm.
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    Re: Polaris Outlet Right Angle connector

    Yes, you are correct. I went to the hardware store to confirm. Thanks. I just have never used 3/4" threaded PVC, so It didn't occur to me it would be quite that common.

    Thanks.
    Plaster pool 22,000 Gallons, Hayward Swimclear C5030 Filter, Hayward SP3200VSP TriStar VS Pump, Pentair Minimax NT Heater

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