My Brother Peter Excho has a 1957 Chevrolet Station Wagon, called the “Grocery Getter”, that he is in the process of Restoring. One of the issues is, that when driving, Exhaust Fumes get drawn back into the Cabin, which isn’t good for any occupants of the vehicle. So we installed 2 Stainless Steel Turn-Down pipes onto the the rear of the Exhaust system.
The Turn-Downs we received, weren’t quite the right size to fit directly into the Exhaust, so we purchased 2 adapter couplings, which then we fitted to the 1957 Chevy Wagon with some 1/4″ Stainless Steel Bolts.
Below is a Video explaining the process to fit the Stainless Steel Exhaust Turn-Downs on a 1957 Chevy Station Wagon.
Thank you for Watching and Please have a Wonderful Day!
I was at our local Lowes the other day, picking up some Insulation and Vapor Barrier for my next Bathroom Project, and I needed a couple of 1 1/2″ PVC Couplings, for removing a Sanitary Tee and rerouting a PVC Vent to the Attic. To my surprise, I see these New (to me) Push Fittings from Charlotte Pipe, called Connectite, occupying a space on the shelves –
In the below video, we show how to replace a regular Tub Spout with one that has a Side Outlet, so a Handheld Shower and Hose can be attached for Hair Rinsing. We De-Solder the 1/2″ Copper Male Adapter and reuse the fitting.