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hi all I’m after some 25mm flexicon couplers to join my already bought 10m lengths of 25mm flexicon conduit.
This is one of those cases where I should have done more research before buying...
I cannot find a coupler to join 2 pieces of 25mm flexicon anywhere!
Flexicon won’t sell to me direct and no one local will buy them in!
It will cost more in diesel to get a refund from TLC and go buy a longer length.
Anyone know where sells a solution? 25mm coupler to join 2 male threaded ends.

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what is the part number of the conduit that you have?
when you say 25mm I presume we are talking about corrugated plastic, PVC or PP.
it is possible to get a conduit to conduit connector, but you could also use a 25mm rigid conduit coupler and just screw the m25 fittings you have got into each end of it.
 
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like this, left partialy unscrewed for clarity.
p.s. you can get the same in plastic
 
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but westy has a good point. fit an earth tag to it. good luck with that. :D:D:D:D:D
 
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I have a huge stock of all sorts of flexicon fittings, let me know what conduit type it is. I will stick you a coupler solution in the post for a beer.
 

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