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Thread: Faucets connecting with 1/2"D IPS or with 3/8"D IPS (Flex lines)

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    Default Faucets connecting with 1/2"D IPS or with 3/8"D IPS (Flex lines)

    Do kitchen faucets come with connections that are 1/2"D or 3/8"D ?
    Or could it be either?
    I've seen flex lines on new faucets with 1/2" IPS threads.

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    Yes, they could be most anything now.
    I've seen 1/2" MIP
    3/8" Comp
    and 1/2" FIP

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