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any problem with sink pipes off to side?


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any problem with sink pipes off to side?


Sounds like a question I would ask.

I know of no reason why you can't. The only 'issue' is that you will need longer steel braided lines to go from you valves to the facet. But that is certainly not a big deal.

I certainly think it would be a lot easier to turn the water supply on and off that way. You have my vote.

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