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How many gallons in a 2 pipe 1 foot long?

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2013-04-10 16:12:43
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The answer will depend on whether it is a 2 inch pipe or a 2 cm pipe or a 2 foot pipe or whatever.

The answer will depend on whether it is a 2 inch pipe or a 2 cm pipe or a 2 foot pipe or whatever.

The answer will depend on whether it is a 2 inch pipe or a 2 cm pipe or a 2 foot pipe or whatever.

The answer will depend on whether it is a 2 inch pipe or a 2 cm pipe or a 2 foot pipe or whatever.

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The answer will depend on whether it is a 2 inch pipe or a 2 cm pipe or a 2 foot pipe or whatever.

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