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How would you support a sloped line with a Type F variable spring?

If you have a sloped pipe shoe on the line, the bottom of the shoe must be parallel with the spring to support the load. You can slope the shoe where it comes in contact with the pipe.

F-Type Variable Spring Support
F-Type Variable Spring Support

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