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what size and style? If it is butt weld you half the pipe size 3 times and take the 2nd and 4th number and add together. 6 inch example below....

1] 6"

2] 3" add this

3] 1 1/2"

4] 3/4" and this................so 6 inch 45 would be 3 3/4"

you also can use this formula.. pipe size times 0.625 [ 5/8 ]

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Q: What is the take off measurements for 45 degree pipe fittings?

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A pipe wrench works best.

If it is 3 in. Then take off 3 in. and so on for what ever size you are use if it is 2 in. then 2 in.

It is the measurement of fittings for piping. It is the measurement of fittings for piping.

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Measure to the center of the Ell and decuct for the threads ..

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