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    can I replace existing jets with TwyrlyByrd jets

    Hi All, I am in the middle of a re-plaster job and have decided to inquire about replacing the older jets. I am just working with a plaster company so they don't really answer these types of questions. I am thinking of ordering new jets and giving them to the guys to install when they plaster. I have posted my remodel in the construction forum. IMG_0190.jpgWill they work with what I currently have?
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    Re: can I replace existing jets with TwyrlyByrd jets

    After much searching and consult with any one who will talk to me, the answer is no. The best I can do is replace the eyeball fittings with flush mounts - which is still an improvement! Just thought I would post the answer for someone else who is looking for similar information.
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    Re: can I replace existing jets with TwyrlyByrd jets

    Sorry no one here had the answer, glad you posted back what you found out!
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    Re: can I replace existing jets with TwyrlyByrd jets

    Not so fast my friend! If that picture you posted is what I think it is then the answer would be yes, yes you can. If you've removed the eyeball fitting and have 1.5" pipe there then the twirly fitting will glue inside the 1.5" pipe. This is all depending on how much pipe is there, may need an extender. The Twirly fitting sits 3/4" below plaster depth for a close to flush fit once plaster is applied.

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