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Old 10-28-2019, 07:38 PM   #1
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Odd size plumbing

Does anyone know anything about the tubing size that goes to the bathroom and kitchen faucets. Something close to 1/4 inch tubing. But nothing Seems to be available to connect it to half inch or 3/8 pipe for tubing.
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Probably what's happened is that the copper tube in the trailer has frozen at some point, and has expanded to a between size.
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Depends if it's ID or OD. ˝" OD comes in soft rolls and will not work with ˝" ID fittings. Same is true of other diameters. They come in ID or OD (also nominal) and the fittings are specific to the tubing. Post a pic of want tubings you wish to connect.

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Probably what's happened is that the copper tube in the trailer has frozen at some point, and has expanded to a between size.
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We had this in our first trailer...went to start our restoration and couldn't figure it out. Ended up replacing all the expanded copper with Pex.

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