How PVC Pipe Was Bent to Make New Handle for Tote

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Good Tip, Thanks!

Awesome, thanks for sharing HeMan.

Herman, have you looked into the use of pre bent electrical conduit (90 degrees etc) or the use of plumbing pvc with 90 degree elbows/T fittings, coupling etc and then using pvc cement to hold things together, and rivets where you need them.

I made a myself an interior bucket set up with a boab holder made from a 4" pvc coupling that was heated and shaped then riveted to the the interior of the bucket. It keeps a boab upright inside a 5 gallon bucket and then there is room for towels and some other supplies. I went with the coupling because it was cheaper and I would not have an extra 9+ feet to store in a cramped garage. It took some work to bend though. Will post a pic when I get a chance.