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    DIY Junior Member wwilson1's Avatar
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    Default Bathroom sink and toilet supply plumbing.

    I bought the shut-off valves and stainless steel braided hose to connect the galvanized plumbing in the wall to the bathroom sink hot/cold and the toilet. The ball valves I bought are female (that will attach to the wall) and 3/8 male out. Is it okay to go from to 3/8 will I have flow problems? I can go to , but I think I had to 3/8 previously.
    Thanks, Wayne

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    In the Trades Gary Swart's Avatar
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    No problem. 3/8" will give you sufficient flow. Your sink pipes are probably only 3/8", and the toilet will fill nicely.

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    Even if you went 1/2 x 1/2 the tubes would still be the same sizes. 99.999+% of faucets and toilets are connected with valves like yours.

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