Quote: Originally Posted by SHR Always: A) 3/8 compression, used with flex line having 3/8 comp to faucets (1/2 FIP) or toilets (7/8 ballcock). Never, ever slip-joint on supply lines. Mmm, but it's not actually a slip joint being fabricated, even though the outlet of the valve is slip-joint. Valve outlet would mate to a flex line with a 1/2 FIP end , rubber gasket, and metal nut. It physically cannot ever come apart. The house actually had that style of interconnect on 2 of 3 toilets. I'm original owner & house came that way. Regardless -- seems you're saying a 3/8 compr valve outlet is now standard practice, so I should stick with that to not confuse future homeowners or plumbers.
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Always: A) 3/8 compression, used with flex line having 3/8 comp to faucets (1/2 FIP) or toilets (7/8 ballcock). Never, ever slip-joint on supply lines.
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