Bronze Reducer Tailpiece - 1" X 1 1/4" on 2040-parts.com
Montpelier, Virginia, United States
Bronze nipple reducer / tailpiece. Size is 1.0" by 1 1/4" Used for about 1 year before I redesigned the system. Very good condition. Thanks
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