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Old 05-21-2010, 08:13 PM   #1
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Re: Where do I find these hoses/pipes?

It looks like polybutylene pipe, not used anymore, if repairing get a transition coupler to Pex pipe (will need a crimper for crimp rings) and proper fittings. If for new construction you can use stainless steel crimp rings instead of copper, crimper is much less expensive, or if you know a plumber they will have crimp tools. All parts available at Lowes, Home Depot,etc.
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