|Name||Flex Grate White Downspout Filter||Stone Downspout Extension||Brown Downspout Extension||White Downspout Extension|
|Downspout Type||Downspout Filter||Downspout Extension||Downspout Extension||Downspout Extension|
|Gutter System Product||Rain Diverters||Rain Diverters||Rain Diverters||Rain Diverters|
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I don't think any paint would really adhere to these. I'd have to be flexible paint, anyway.
I didn't measure mine fully extended prior to installation so can't really answer. However I can say overall it's shorter than it should be (the extension part really only adds somewhere around 8"-9", NOT 18"). It's too short to get any sort of angle/bend that is low enough to be underground. Plan on utilizing the flexible portion just to connect to something below grade that makes the required bend. I needed to make about a 60-70 degree bend and thought I'd be able to do it with just this but ended up having to utilize flexible corrugated drain pipe to form the bend, as this is only long enough to reached a few inch below ground (assuming the debris opening is 6"-8" above grade).
It fits in a four inch pipe. It's about 12 inches tall including the compressible piping, 4 1/2 inches wide, 3 1/2 inches deep.
Throw it away and get one without grates. They work much better.
Home Depot offer many conversion units to help this fit any home.
This will fit our drain pipe.