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    Quote Originally Posted by Light in the Dark View Post
    The shipping IS outrageous on what the part is, but has anyone actually priced out shipping costs on items these days? If there was interest in a group buy, maybe we can drum up something better.
    I ordered from Plastic-Mart last week, $18 shipping for 8 after live chatting with customer service. Not the all time cheapest shipping but no complaints for me at $18 when ordering 8 Brass Bulkhead Fittings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamE0717 View Post
    I ordered from Plastic-Mart last week, $18 shipping for 8 after living chatting with customer service. Not the all time cheapest shipping but no complaints for me at $18 when ordering 8 well nuts.
    I get great service from these folks! I purchased 50 from them again this year. Installed 10 bulkheads Monday on 5 80X's. I made up a few pull wires using concrete reinforcement tie wire that I use. I also add a stainless oil drain pipe to hose barb adapter while I am at it. I will never use a well nut again! I have a couple bags of well nuts left over. Not sure what I will do with them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard Head View Post
    I get great service from these folks! I purchased 50 from them again this year. Installed 10 bulkheads Monday on 5 80X's. I made up a few pull wires using concrete reinforcement tie wire that I use. I also add a stainless oil drain pipe to hose barb adapter while I am at it. I will never use a well nut again! I have a couple bags of well nuts left over. Not sure what I will do with them.
    I agree their customer service was great! I'd love an explanation on your install process, sounds like you have lots of practice!!

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    I install bulkheads every day in rain barrels for my wife's store. We buy them by the hundreds. Same technique. Concrete wire with a loop on the bottom to prevent the bulkhead from coming off the wire. Use Permatex 80631 thread sealant with PTFE on your fuel tank bulkheads since it is fuel resistant. I quit using Teflon tape since little pieces can break off and make their way to an injector.
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