|Posted by Terry Love on February 23, 19100 at 12:41:53:|
|In response to Re: Braided metal toilet supply|
I'm sure he was only having fun with it. You are right in warning about tying knots with flex supplies. A kinked flex supply will not let much water through. When possible, getting the right size is nice as are gentle loops. A real professional job is with the chrome plated rigid copper, which is a bit hard for homeowners. Terry
: If you read my message again, you would realize I was pointing out to Ralph that he should WANT to find the right length line, and not even consider tying knots in one that is too long.
: If a person doesn't WANT to find the right tool for the job, they shouldn't do the job in the first place. Braided lines for toilet water supply connections are readily available.
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