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timjeffries
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September 2020

Still no luck with these tap bonnets and I'm thinking I'm going to have to break them off somehow. So 2 questions:- what's the easiest way to get thes ...

timjeffries
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September 2020

Hi Jason, It has been a while since I've been active on here. I actually had a head injury that kept me from any projects for quite a while. I'm back ...

timjeffries
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September 2020

Thanks Red, I've been persisting with this method but have still had no luck. I'm kind of unsure when to just call it and cut the damn things off. :藍

timjeffries
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August 2020

Also do you have a guide about how to use the strap wrench on the tapered flange? I struggle to get any tension with it but suspect it’s my technique. ...

timjeffries
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August 2020

Thanks Mitchell, I’ve been able to run a knife behind the flange comfortably so I’m confident it’s not stuck with silicone.The angle makes it difficul ...

timjeffries
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TLDRAny ideas how to get this tap bonnet off?  Hi everyone, the tap set installed across our house is my nemesis. If I had the money I would replace t ...

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Community Manager Jason
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September 2020

So sorry to hear of your injury Tim (@timjeffries) - that sounds terrible and I hope you have now made a full recovery. So glad to hear you are back o ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August 2020

@timjeffries, I can't think of any specific guide on its use on tapered flanges. It can be quite difficult at the best of times, just try to pull ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August 2020

@timjeffries, In the previously mentioned thread, @redracer01 suggests if it comes to a destructive solution some Vice-grips can be used to crush ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August 2020

Hi @timjeffries, Many thanks for your question, I'd be pleased to assist. This is a fairly common issue with tapered tap flanges. The angular nature ...

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timjeffries
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5 replies
September 2020

Hi Jason, It has been a while since I've been active on here. I actually had a head injury that kept me from any projects for quite a while. I'm back ...

timjeffries
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2 replies
September 2020

Thanks Red, I've been persisting with this method but have still had no luck. I'm kind of unsure when to just call it and cut the damn things off. :藍

timjeffries
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TLDRAny ideas how to get this tap bonnet off?  Hi everyone, the tap set installed across our house is my nemesis. If I had the money I would replace t ...

timjeffries
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October 2019

Hi @Doonesbaby, it's going really well thanks! I just planted out both beds with self seeded cherry tomato plants so am expecting to feed the street t ...

timjeffries
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May 2017

I went with Hass and Bacon thanks to the insightful Karen Sutherland - https://youtu.be/CrzeBlKs2s0 So far so good. ☺️

timjeffries
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October 2016

@Krustyfundoh It's not in the ground at all actually. I used Cypress. Basically it's 4 posts down each side with the 200x50 capping and the tin tying ...

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