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Old 10-23-2012, 07:30 PM   #16
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Connecting two pieces of 1/4" copper coil tubing


1/4" compression fitting is all you need ...as mentioned cut both ends apply alittle pipe dope on threads hand tighten nuts then 1 1/2 turns with wrench...check for leaks ...snug up a little at a time if needed.....remember its only 1/4" soft tubing.....ben sr


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