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I did it.
The guy who hired me was not paying,he was already in to me for two grand on the ground work.Sorry J.C. I thought the cheap P.O.S. would try and set the finish himself.Instead he lost the house in foreclosure.Now your guy's got it.
I might. The computer it might be on has a bad power supply so I cant turn it on. I know for a fact they use to be made,I did a remodel a couple years ago and found some buried in the wall. Air chambers.....some people make them with a cap.
I've seen all kinds made in the field (useless) and manufactured. I don't recall one with the bullet end though. Doesn't make sense that it could end up as a stubout.
are you saying that the moen spout doesn't fit 1/2'' / 5/8'' od copper?
call moen and ask them wtf?
do they make bullets that are 3/4'' od for hvac?
newer crecent wrenches are laser engraved or just a set of open end wrenches will get you pretty close to the proper size.
how about a swedging tool?
I first thought WTH? I've lost my mind.
Then I thought, HVAC tube? Bullet end? Just as you did. But I have no idea.
Then I thought of the things I didn't have with me as I was just going to put trim on. As always, you need a tractor trailer of stuff to put a toilet handle on.
I was told there is no way other than cutting out the swole copper and soldering in new to correct that issue. Ran into some on a 2 story a few months back and man that stuff will piss ya off. I think propress fittings are a leeeetle bit larger inside than reg copper fittings though. Seemed to be able to shove one on when we couldn't a reg coupling if I remember right.