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Old 04-17-2018, 08:45 AM   #1
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The pipe leading from the shower to the trap has gotten brittle and I need to replace it. How should I go about putting in a new one? 2002 Casita FD.
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Old 04-17-2018, 05:03 PM   #2
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My suggestion would be to talk to Larry Gamble at Little House Customs. He has a lot of experience with these issues and I'm sure he can hook you up with whatever you need to get you fixed up and running again.

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Are you talking about the flexible p-trap? Usually grey or black in color? If so you can usually find a replacement at Home Depot or Lowe’s. But you should consider changing to a Hepvo valve. Parts and instructions available at Little House Customs.
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Nope. Not the flexible trap, but the plastic pipe to which it's attached that leads to the shower. It has gotten brittle and is cracking. The trap is fine.
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Nope. Not the flexible trap, but the plastic pipe to which it's attached that leads to the shower. It has gotten brittle and is cracking. The trap is fine.
Sounds like a basic plumbing problem that can be fixed with parts from any supply store or big box store. It will a be tight space to work in but pipe and a couple of repair coupling that go on with hose clamp should fix you right up.
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Yeah, I finally got it fixed up. It was pretty simple once I got to work on it.
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