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Old 04-20-04, 08:29 AM
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New Kitchen Sink

I'm installing a new kitchen sink. Presently, there are two capped CPVC stubs sticking about 4" out of the wall for hot/cold water supply. I want to install shutoff valves onto the CPVC - one for the cold, and one for the hot (to the sink and dishwasher). Is it better to install CPVC transitions, or solvent weld on males, or females, or what?

What's the best way to do this? Thanks...
 
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Old 04-20-04, 03:16 PM
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MKM, my personal preference would be to install solvent weld MIP adapters. This is inexpensive, and with the location under the sink, not likely to be bumped or bruised. Consider a dual angle stop on the hot side for the sink-dishwasher supply. Save’s money and less fittings to concern yourself with.
 
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