Flexible supply line at softener - Snakebite fittings.

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Old 11-07-13, 03:58 PM
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Flexible supply line at softener - Snakebite fittings.

I want to install a new water softener. I like to do it with flexible supply lines. I can either solder in threaded fittings or I was thinking of using those push fittings that go by the brand name snakebite.....

Would that be a proper installation? Are they reliable? Any tips about using flexible supply lines with a softener? Or should it be all soldered connections even at the softeners bypass valve?
 
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Old 11-07-13, 04:20 PM
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Properly sized Pex or flex lines will work fine if you use the right fittings.
No issues with using Shark Bites.
There's 0 reasons to use soldered lines.
 
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