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    Default ProPex Fitting Distributors

    Hello, i've started a project using wirsbo aquapex and am looking for suppliers for the brass fittings. I purchased my initial supplies online and was looking for other distributors for a diy'er but have not been very successful in my search.

    Any leads on other places to purchase would be appreciated.

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    I have a lot of spare fittings.

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    I buy most of my fittings from the local plumbing supply house.

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    Default Looking for addidtional distributors

    I've been dealing with the online place mentioned in the post above. Dissatisfied with their recent performance (backorders) and the way the fittings were packaged. They are supposedly going to make the poor packaging right by replacing the parts that were subject to loose packaging.

    Looking for other places that I can have parts shipped quickly in case I ever have a plumbing emergency with the work being done.

    Thanks for your input

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    Like I said, my local plumbing shop carries everything one could ever need. Have you stopped by your local plumbing supply house? Where are you located?

    -Gil

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    None of my local plumbing supply stores carry Wirsbo. Zurn and Viega appear to be the most widely available here in south central pa

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    Viega is a good choice.
    I'd stick with what is locally available as well.

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