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This is a fun project that involves quite a few great techniques for working with PVC that can be of use in making many other PVC creations.
The end result to this project is kid friendly and should last for many years.
The piston created in this project is a particularly useful design for many other projects.
It's air tight in 2" PVC pipe and requires no special tools or modifications of off the shelve parts.
It's pretty rare to see a design that works so well with so little customization.
16" x 2" PVC Pipe
12" x 3/4" PVC Pipe
24" x 1 1/4" PVC Pipe
2" x 1 1/4" PVC Pipe
2" x 3/4" Reducer
2" Threaded Female Adapter
2" x 1 1/2" Threaded Reducer
1 1/4" End Cap (x2)
1 1/4" Coupling
1 5/8" x 2" O Ring
1" L Bracket
Self Tapping Screws
Foam Pool Noodles (Brands with the narrowest core will fly furthest)
Craft Foam Sheets
PVC Primer & Cement