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Old 01-08-2012, 07:01 AM   #11
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Forget about pex crimping tools and make life easy on yourself. Try Sharkbites. No leaks, removeable. Downside, a bit pricy.
That's what I said in a earlier post. Sharkbites good for a couple of connections or even a hard to get to location but to do a whole job, pricey
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Hey...those Sharkbites look cool...but wow...I would only use them in a pinch...you are right...they are pricey. Might have to get a couple for emergencies in the TT.
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Hey...those Sharkbites look cool...but wow...I would only use them in a pinch...you are right...they are pricey. Might have to get a couple for emergencies in the TT.
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Shin, we had a leak in the exact same location in our trailer. Fortunately we had stored a pot directly underneath where the drip was. We noticed it on our second day of camping so we were lucky. Like you I was upset that it wasn't caught during the dealer inspection. The line connection was misthreaded.
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