A: depends on the soil your going through, if fine or sand should not be an issue
A: It ended up being about 2 inch hole. I was into hard packed clay.
A: Standard PVC cement that is used for sprinkler pipes. Any glue for PVC pipes that you prefer should work.
A: Hi JT. Thank you for your question. I would us a PVC glue for this project since you will be attaching it to a PVC pipe. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Oatey-4-oz-Purple-Primer-and-CPVC-Cement-Handy-Pack-30234/203561639?modalType=drawer Yes, a small container is available. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC
A: Keep working it in and out, with the water on. and sit and let it soak a while. Worst case, cut the pie off and start over again a few inches away (you lose $5).
A: If it can’t move forward, it’s most likely hitting a rock, but what is strange here is that the ground also won't let you pull the pipe back out completely. Try and move the pipe left and right a bit, to dislodge itself. Other than that, please feel free to consult a local handyman for more information about what other options are available to you.
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