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  • #31
    Re: tight pressing

    Tear it out and do it again!

    Greg

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    • #32
      Re: tight pressing

      Originally posted by glkearns View Post
      Tear it out and do it again!

      Greg
      how bout your fired!!!...

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      • #33
        Re: tight pressing

        Originally posted by plumbworker View Post
        how bout your fired!!!...
        These guys have been trained by employers who were not trained on the importance of reaming.

        Hell,I wouldn't doubt that 40-50% of the plumbers here did not ream when they joined us,and yet at least 20% still don't.

        All I do is show who I work with the reaming deal and care not what they do after they are done helping me install my systems.

        In the eighties I installed thousands of feet of copper without reaming.It wasn't until the nineties when I started working in commercial and heard rumors that L.A.County was starting to enforce.We got busted on another foremans project(I've explained before)employer was surprised.Since then I've always reamed,seen most jurisdictions enforce periodicaly.Yet I still see companies not having employees ream.

        Give the kids a break Tool,they don't know.

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        • #34
          Re: tight pressing

          it's scary i know a good amount of plumbers who don't ream / deburr tubing all i can do is keep barking at them

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