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New Circ Pump Flange 90 Degrees Off
I'm replacing a couple of Taco 007 pumps with EcoCirc Varios. The new pump flange is 90 degrees off. It looks like I can squeeze them in there but there'd be no room to take the head off without taking out the pump-thinking that's not a big issue, but not sure. How easy is it to turn those flanges and is it worth the effort, especially if things don't work out. Best way? Crank on flanges with wrench backing or heat up joint? I got some Grunfoss flanges but turns out they're not the right height. They do have isolation valves. Thanks.