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Model #7060600

Two 6 in. Nipples

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.4
Product Height (in.)
8
Product Width (in.)
2.5

Details

Color Family
Silver
Fixture Color/Finish
Silver
Material
Metal
Number in Pack
2
Product Weight (lb.)
.1718
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Product Overview

These Westinghouse 6 in. Nipples are a great choice when constructing a new lamp or repairing an old one. Nipples are pipe fittings with 2 male ends designed to connect 2 threaded female components, which are quite common in lamps. These nipples are zinc plated for durability and longevity. Both pieces are a standard 1/8-IP size, making them compatible with common lamp parts. Westinghouse is a global brand with a simple philosophy: make life easier for everyone who buys its products. The company offers ceiling fans, lighting fixtures, lighting hardware, lighting accessories, and light bulbs for both consumer and commercial applications. Westinghouse products are designed for exceptional quality, reliability, and innovation. Product reference number 70606.
  • Metal construction with a white finish for durability
  • Use to help extend the life of frequently switched lamps
  • Sound rated A
  • Class P outdoor type rated
  • Compatible with lamp types 1 FC8T9 and 1 FC6T9
  • Install and ground per National Electric Code
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Questions & Answers

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Will 16 gauge insulated wire fit inside the nipple?

Asked by TK August 20, 2017
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the inside diameter is a bit over 1/4 inch (a 9/32 drill bit will fit through it) if you use a standard lamp cord which has 2 conductors, it should fit. An SJO cord (with 3 conductors and rubber shield) won't fit

Is there an easy way to shorten these without destroying the threads? I only need a 2.5 in. piece...

Asked by GratefulGeek May 1, 2017
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I cut them with a hack saw and then grind the ends at a 45 degree angle to clear the threads. I think you could accomplish the same thing with a flat metal file, but it would take longer.

what is the thread size

Asked by rich October 17, 2015
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1/8 pipe thread

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