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Old 05-09-2010, 04:48 AM   #1
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I am building an attached garage. Due to the location I need to relocate my fill pipes. I was wondering if there is a code on the length they can be. I know shorter is better. That would leave them on the back of the house, I would like to have them on the front near my meter. By doing so it would make them 25' long, give or take. Any suggestions?

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25' is no problem, just be sure both pipes are pitched down towards the tank.

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