A: Unfortunately it doesn’t that I could find. I ended up drilling a few small screws to attach directly to our gutter downspout. Not perfect but works fine
A: I'm not sure, but for some connections I successfully used an approximately 6 inch piece of regular corrugated drain pipe.
A: There's no "trick": the connection is made using a 4" "O" clamp that tightens over the 4" plastic pipe once it is inserted around the connector on the catch basin. The "O" clamps are relatively inexpensive and can be tightened with a standard screwdriver.
|Brand||Amerimax Home Products||Amerimax Home Products||Advanced Drainage Systems||Advanced Drainage Systems|
|Name||FLEX Drain 4 in. x 50 ft. Copolymer Solid Drain Pipe||FLEX Drain 4 in. x 50 ft. Copolymer Perforated Drain Pipe with Sock||4 in. x 50 ft. Singlewall Perforated Drain Pipe||4 in. x 50 ft. Singlewall Solid Drain Pipe|
|Product Length (ft.)||50||50||50||50 ft|
|Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)||4"||4"||4"||4"|
|Material||Polypropylene||Polypropylene||HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)||Polyethylene|
|Product Length (in.)||50 in||50 in|
|Corrugated Pipe Features||No Additional Features||Perforated||No Additional Features||No Additional Features|
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