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Snap-Lock Black Steel Stovepipe Male Coupling for Joining Female Ends - 8-Inch Diameter - BM0049

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$22.99
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$17.95
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  • Allows two female ends of Snap-Lock Stove pipe to be joined
  • 4" tall with an 8" diameter
  • Double-crimped 24-gauge steel construction
  • Sleek black finish
  • 18" clearance to combustibles
  • Easily connects to other Snap-Lock products
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This snap lock black steel male coupling is meant for joining two female ends to eachother. It is eight inches in diameter, and about 4 inches tall. This small piece makes it easy to attach one female end to another, and the double crimped design and sleek black finish provide a sturdy design that can be matched to your current products. Because it is a Snap-Lock product, you can easily connect this stovepipe coupling to any other Snap-Lock pipes of the same size.
Features
  • Allows two female ends of Snap-Lock Stove pipe to be joined
  • 4" tall with an 8" diameter
  • Double-crimped 24-gauge steel construction
  • Sleek black finish
  • 18" clearance to combustibles
  • Easily connects to other Snap-Lock products
Manufacturer: Snap-Lock
Part Number: BM0049
Elite Deals Item Number: CPF-73895
UPC: 63467240372

Snap-Lock Black Steel Stovepipe Male Coupling for Joining Female Ends - 8-Inch Diameter - BM0049
$17.95
By George from Yorktown Heights, New York on January 30, 2013
I have an old fisher stove with the 8 inch flue collar on the back. I replaced the stove pipe but discovered that the crimped ends are facing up because the 8 inch crimped end of the elbow does not fit inside the flue collar, which is actually 7 3/4 inches in diameter. I had the crimped end re-crimped but it still would not fit. So I had to replace everthing crimped end facing up again. Is there any type of adapter that will help my situation?
By Collin on January 30, 2013

Answer:
Usually, further crimping the pipe will eliminate this issue. Because that did not work, the only other option would be to trim the male end of the elbow and allow the metal to slightly overlap, then crimp it further. We do not offer a female to male adapter that would be small enough to fit inside the 7 3/4 inch opening already.