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  • 7/16" Supply Tube Needed :-(

    I have a Case of lovely 1/4 Turn Stops only problem the outlet is 7/16" (The Ferrell Slides perfect over the Void area of a 7/16" Bolt)

    or could it be metric ?

    any body got a solution ?


    Dave

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    Re: 7/16" Supply Tube Needed :-(

    Change the angle stops.

    OR

    Go to the supply house and have them order you a few 6' sticks and a ridge tool

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    • #3
      Re: 7/16" Supply Tube Needed :-(

      That would be two 7/16 friction rings preceding the nut (a total of 4 per supply line) and a lock ridge tool.

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        Re: 7/16" Supply Tube Needed :-(

        Originally posted by rookie plumber View Post
        That would be two 7/16 friction rings preceding the nut (a total of 4 per supply line) and a lock ridge tool.
        But he said ferrule.

        If he had friction rings he could use 1/2" FIP flex...

        GNO?

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          Re: 7/16" Supply Tube Needed :-(

          7/16" copper used to be more common. Saw it on some dishwashers, etc. Hard to find fittings now, but they are around.

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          • #6
            Re: 7/16" Supply Tube Needed :-(

            Fairly New 1/4 Turn stops ... I am going to Get copper tubing / bore out some sweat in faucet ends and use 'em that way ...

            dave

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              Re: 7/16" Supply Tube Needed :-(

              Originally posted by NoeEttica View Post
              I have a Case of lovely 1/4 Turn Stops only problem the outlet is 7/16" (The Ferrell Slides perfect over the Void area of a 7/16" Bolt)

              or could it be metric ?

              any body got a solution ?


              Dave


              How many in the case? What brand? What is the part #.

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