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NRS Barrel Pump Top Cap 5"

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Replacement top cap for the 5" NRS Barrel Pump.

NOTE: The handle and piston on the NRS 5" Barrel Pump is a glued assembly. To replace a broken top cap you have two choices:
1. Also purchase Replacement handle and shaft, Item 1709.4 and Replacement Piston NRS Barrel Pump, Item 1709.2.
OR
2. Saw off the shaft right below the existing handle and replace with Replacement Handle NRS Barrel Pump, Item 1709.42. This will slightly shorten the pumping stroke.

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    Q:

    Will this fitting fit correctly over the standard outside diameter PVC pipe? If so what schedule?
    Asked on 2/19/2014 by Joe

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      A:

      Joe, the pump tubing outside diameter is 5-9/16", inside diameter is 5-1/16". Not sure how that translates to pipe schedule, but it's likely 40.

      Answered on 2/19/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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