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Posted By PeteCal

Consider this wrench from Harbor Freight. 12...

Consider this wrench from Harbor Freight.
12 in. Basin Wrench (https://www.harborfreight.com/12-inch-basin-wrench-91958.html)
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Posted By Pipsisiwah

I would buy a stainless steel braided line that...

I would buy a stainless steel braided line that has metal connectors instead of the cheap plastic connector shown on the image. Plastic connectors can crack and then break, causing a flood. :eek:
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Posted By Norm201

DO NOT buy the plastic supply lines . But the SS...

DO NOT buy the plastic supply lines . But the SS braided ones. If you don't trust the no name brand sitting in the bin at the home improvement store, buy the name brand ones with tag on it. That...
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Posted By XSleeper

The large end is hand tightened, the bottom one...

The large end is hand tightened, the bottom one will need a wrench, but it just needs to be snug.
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Posted By Pilot Dane

Yes, replace the supply line. They are...

Yes, replace the supply line. They are inexpensive and easy to replace. A new one will only need a mild "snugging up" to be water tight. As SXleeper mentioned do not over tighten as that can make...
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Posted By XSleeper

Replace the supply line. The rubber has probably...

Replace the supply line. The rubber has probably gotten old. Do not overtighten the new one as you put it on. It just gets snugged up, not cranked as hard as possible... That can cause the new one...
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