Step 1: Parts Needed Are
two, 2" T's $3.11 each
one, 2" Y 3.11
one, 2" fernco ci/plastic/copper/steel to ci/plastic/copper/steel
and at least 3 feet of 2 inch PVC pipe
Step 2: Cutting and Assembly
Step 3: More Cutting
Step 4: You Are Almost There Don't Stop!
Step 5: Start Installing
shove the 2 arms into one of the T's (no glue)
next shove the remaining 2 elbows into the last remaining T (no glue)
then connect the T's to the Y (no glue)
add the fernco and a hair dryer then tighten the clamps
having a non glued connection on the rest of the parts allows the boot dryer to be adjusted to different sizes of boots shoes gloves hats and it also allows it to be torn down and stored
Step 6: Ways to Use the Boot Dryer
there are 4 setting on the hairdryer
high, low, cool high and cool low. in order to use the cool air functions you have to tape the cool button in the on position and select the high or low setting
I made this boot dryer 2 years ago. I have used all the settings and the PVC has held up beautifully.
the only complaint I can give you is it isn't quiet but it dries fairly quick!