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    Hayward Super Pump Union

    I have an older Hayward Super pump. I see some of the newer pumps have unions on them so you don't have to install the union in the plumbing. Ideally what I am trying to accomplish is have nothing connected to the pump but one side of the union when I disconnect it in the Winter.

    Is there a union that can be attached DIRECTLY to my type of pump on both the threaded input and output?




    I was looking at this but I don't think it will work because my plumbing is 1.5" and this is 2".

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    Re: Hayward Super Pump Union

    A Hayward SP1484 or SP1482 would do it. The 1484 is mnpt to slip socket and the 1482 is mnpt to slip.
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    Re: Hayward Super Pump Union

    Quote Originally Posted by Bama Rambler
    A Hayward SP1484 or SP1482 would do it. The 1484 is mnpt to slip socket and the 1482 is mnpt to slip.
    Perfect!! Thanks!!!!
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