use a dresser coupling you cut the pipe in half, slide the dresser on the pipe and tighten it up
Thank you djmayhill. I will do a clamp for now. I have been reading again about PEX and Sharkbites. I successfully replaced another corroded section of the galvanized that was further down the line with these materials several years ago now. I think I can do it again with this section. I have access to one threaded joint but don't know how far I will have to dig to get to another threaded joint. Does anyone know if I can connect the PEX to just a cut end of galvanized, not a threaded end? This new section would also be running underground for a few feet. I have not run across information about using the PEX and Sharkbite connectors underground. Advice appreciated. Thank you.
U really need to replace the whole pipe. If your not going to do that put a clamp on it. If it drips a little that will at least hold u over till you replace the pipe. Those clamps are tricky if u over tight you can crumble the pipe
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