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Tuf-Tite 4-Hole Distribution Box With Fittings

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Tuf-Tite 4-Hole Distribution Box With Fittings
  • Buy 2 for $32.86 each and save 2%
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Injection molded HDPE Distribution box accepts Tuf-Tite's Box Fittings and Speed-Levelers™

4HD2 4-Hole Distribution Box. Comes complete with a lid.

Unlike many of our competors we include the box fittings at no extra charge. The 4 Hole Distribution Box includes the following

  • 4 - S-35 Seal (yellow) for thin-wall pipe

  • 4 - S-40 Seal (blue) for Sch. 40 pipe

  • 2 - P-10 Plug (orange) for unused holes

Lid is 11" x 11";
Box is 15-1/2" tall;
There is a 2" drop between inlet and outlets.



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Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Tuff Tite
Attachment View File Tuf-Tite 4 Hole Distribution Box Specifications Size: (367.67 KB)
Attachment View File Tuf-Tite 4HD2 and 6HD2 Specs Size: (96.19 KB)
Product Reviews
Number of reviews : 34
Average rating : 4.7 /5
M. Michael
  the 20/07/2018
3/ 5
The 4 hole bushings are horrible quality as on a repair job, it is hard to get the drain pipes perfectly fitted into the bushings , thus they leak. A better system would have been 4 couplings molded into the box and drainage pipes join to the coupling. Even with loads of putty, still will drip, drip. Box could be a little bigger in dimension also.
D. Allen
  the 04/07/2018
5/ 5
Solid construction, heavy duty materials, totally satisfied!
Z. Peter
  the 17/06/2018
5/ 5
Great product. Sturdy construction.
W. Matt
  the 08/06/2018
5/ 5
S. Erik
  the 31/05/2018
3/ 5
The box seems to work well. The plastic seals on the other hand are pretty lightweight and cheap. No directions on which way seals should go in, so I had to zoom in on pictures on website. The plug leaks slowly- just drips. All pipes have to go through seals perfectly straight and level, otherwise they leak. Even when installed square and level, they still slowly leak. I was sure to use the correct seals for the pipe I’m using, although again no directions- had to look it up on website. I‘m sure they will leak even more after years of the soil settling. Also, due to the slow leak, I’m betting roots will find the water and get their way in. I recommend using silicone caulk on both sides of the seal and on plug, then it should work well. It’s gonna be a pain to try to add silicone after it’s installed and water is in box...

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