Originally Posted by Kiril
Why do you need to see both ends? You can figure it out blind as long as you have a fingernail.
just take an eye out and save the fingernail
Originally Posted by mitchgo
lol. I'm surprised everyone seems so confused
My worst one ever was trying to take out a 2" galvi union from under a dock on a air pumped up floatie boat being upside down trying to unscrew it while tons of waves from the lake was lifting me up and down a few feet.. However I had know clue which way was which
I understand usually it just takes a few moments to realize your going the wrong way.. Just seeing if there was a trick to it..
Kiril says a finger nail? in the dirt 2-3' down?
I guess there are no tricks..
I was dealing with 2 - 2" brass unions the other day and they were unscrewed opposite from each other.. Meaning when they were installed one was reversed from the other. Breaking loose a 15 year old 2" union is hard enough with out having to go the wrong way and tighten it
i don't understand that you can do all of the locating, leak detection and repair work without having a mirror. i think that a mirror on a stick is essential.
righty tighty, mitch, lefty loosey