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Vacuum Breaker For Nibco Model 90 Anti-Siphon Vacuum Breaker R025288FG
Vacuum Breaker For Nibco Model 90 Anti-Siphon Vacuum Breaker R025288FG
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Vacuum Breaker Kit For Nibco Model 90 Anti-Siphon Vacuum Breaker. New version replaces the tan cap and internal parts. If you have the older 90 tan vaccum breaker this kit will replace it.

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Vacuum Breaker For Nibco Model 90 Anti-Siphon Vacuum Breaker R025288FG
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Vacuum Breaker For Nibco Model 90 Anti-Siphon Vacuum Breaker R025288FG
Nibco Model 90 vacuum breaker
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My outdoor faucets are the original ones from when the home was built in 1991. The vacuum breakers were leaking badly on them, and I checked every plumbing supply store available in my area with no luck. I was told by a couple of them I would have to replace the whole faucet because the vacuum breakers were obsolete and were not available. Then I found Grigg Industries online, and they had the parts listed. I was a little hesitant at first because I didn't want to spend money on something that was not going to work.
I went ahead and ordered 4 vacuum breakers, and when they arrived I replaced them in about 10 minutes. They fit perfectly and no more water leaks. I will definitely order from Grigg Industries again. Service and shipping was outstanding; really fast and quality parts.
Vacuum Breaker For Nibco Model 90 Anti-Siphon Vacuum Breaker R025288FG
Vacuum Breaker For Nibco Model 90 Anti-Siphon Vacuum Breaker R025288FG
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Pros: Package actually comes with two vacuum breakers. Cons: NONE! The first time I installed it, there was a leak. I think the o-ring got twisted or pinched a little, and I was afraid to tighten it down too much. I took it back out, took a flat blade screwdriver and made sure to scrape all the gunk out of the faucet. I took the o-ring off to make sure it wasn't damaged, and spread some plumbers grease all over the o-ring, and inside the o-ring seat on the faucet. I used needle nose pliers to stick inside the little slots on top of the threaded part, and made sure I tightened it all the way down. NO Leaks! Several local plumbing supply stores told me I couldn't get this part! They are wrong! Thanks a ton!
 
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