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    Default How do I extend my faucet flex supply lines?

    I miscalculated and placed my angle valves too low and now the faucet supply lines won't reach....shoulda bought the faucet first. Can I buy supply line extensions? If not I guess my choices are to remove the compression angle valves, elbow the copper up a few inches....don't wanna do this now, looking for a quick fix.

    Maybe supply extensions are not available? Maybe I just need to find a female-female coupling and add on another short supply line.

    This hack needs help
    Last edited by Scott Vroom; 09-15-2012 at 09:12 PM.

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