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Posted By Zorfdt

I'm not the concrete expert around here, but...

I'm not the concrete expert around here, but you're not doing anything structural, so the details aren't critical.

You can backfill with dirt or sand - and some of the old concrete pieces is fine...
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Posted By doughess

rock13979...

rock13979 (https://www.doityourself.com/forum/members/576589-rock13979) pump may be a B&G Series 100 that was widely used in residences.

A far better choice is Grundfos Alpha2 pump @ $175 with...
11-19-19, 10:34 AM
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Posted By Norm201

I did that. Yes you can go to the ceiling and yes...

I did that. Yes you can go to the ceiling and yes go with the 42". Get as much storage as you can. And defiantly install the uppers before the lowers. Don't worry about any spacing at the ceiling...
07-26-19, 07:16 AM
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Posted By CasualJoe

I would be concerned if that galvanized nipple...

I would be concerned if that galvanized nipple screws into another piece of galvanized piping/fitting or if it screws into cast iron. There is a very high probability that all the galvanized piping...
07-26-19, 06:20 AM
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Posted By aka pedro

I've smacked more than a few wrenches to help...

I've smacked more than a few wrenches to help break something loose, but for pipe fittings I typically go for a piece of pipe or unistrut over the handle to increase the leverage first.
07-25-19, 08:47 PM
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Posted By joecaption

I'm hoping that will work, but it never has for...

I'm hoping that will work, but it never has for me.
I end up using a saws all with a metal cutting short blade to make 3 cuts on the inside to weaken it and crushing it with a pair of channel locks....
07-25-19, 04:31 PM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

A bigger wrench is usually what I go for. The...

A bigger wrench is usually what I go for. The smallest pipe wrench I carry is a 14" and I don't hesitate to grab a bigger one. Sometimes I'll whack on the end of the wrench with a 3 pound mallet. ...
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