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    yes, I tried to do all three at once. Very good...

    yes, I tried to do all three at once. Very good point about heat the fitting, not the pipe. Although that is how I ultimately did it, I did not know that was the proper method. That is the kind of...
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    First off, I was able to get it done over the...

    First off, I was able to get it done over the weekend. I just took my time and went back to the basics. I cut a new piece of pipe, re sanded all of the pieces and made sure everything was cleaned. ...
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    Thanks for the advice Gary. I did apply Flux to...

    Thanks for the advice Gary. I did apply Flux to the joints but it is possible there was moisture in the existing line. I will try it again in the order you recommended.
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    No its copper. I was thinking aobut the...

    No its copper. I was thinking aobut the sharkbite setup but I am worried I dont have enough room. I'm going to look into that though and see what the dimensions look like. I can only be 4" total...
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    I guess I didnt explain myself well in the first...

    I guess I didnt explain myself well in the first post.

    I have aprox 2 1/2" of smooth copper pipe sticking out of the wall. I need it to stick out 4" from the wall and be threaded on the end. To...
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    What would the proper way be then? I am not...

    What would the proper way be then?

    I am not soldering a threaded pipe, but a male threaded end onto the smooth pipe. Like this:

    http://s3.pexsupply.com/images/products/large/wp4-2-08-2.jpg
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    Soldering / brazing troubles

    I am trying to install a new tub fauct (spicket?) The old trim piece was held in place to the smooth copper pipe using a set screw. The new trim piece requires a threaded end and needs to be about 2"...
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    Jim - Thanks for the reply. I like your...

    Jim - Thanks for the reply. I like your suggestion of notching the studs to allow for the lip of the tub to sit flush. I guess I'll have to wait till I get the current shower out to see what exactly...
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    What should I look for in construction of the...

    What should I look for in construction of the tub? I want quality, but am also doing this on a budget. What features / materials should I look for or avoid?
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    DIY Bathroom Remodel questions

    High guys, I'm attempting to remodel a small bathroom and this is my first attempt at something like this so I want to run my game plan by people with experience to get some feedback and tips.

    I...
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