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Old 08-30-2010, 09:11 PM   #1
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I have a plumbing situation where I have a lot of twists and turns so I was thinking of using Pex. I have read that it is proprietary in that you must commit to using one specific and expensive brand of tool. I am wondering what brand I should choose. I would like it to be reasonably priced, and be able to get plumbing parts easily.

If it matters I live in the Flint area of Michigan. Thanks in advance to all who answer.

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In terms of pex piping, the whole line of this "new age" product is relativelty efficient, and is also cost effective. Personally, If you have a One of the big construction salers around you, they have a reasonably priced pex piping that can withstand freezing and thawing many times without any concern of bursting. (good stuff). As for parts, I personally use almost entirely Shark Bite, or easy connect fittings, they come in all standard sizes, and for the convienience, are just too good to pass up. Hope this helps.

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Old 08-31-2010, 09:43 PM   #3
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check on vic bond sales on coldwater rd they will be able to rent you a tool...and sell the pex they are family owned much better than big box...
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