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Old 03-30-2008, 07:07 PM   #1
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hello everyone. new to list. i am going to be changing my plumbing from the old dreaded PB to pex so i have a question about how or what kind of fasteners to use to keep the stub through the floor or wall from just being a loose wobbly pipe. looked and havent seen and type of fasteners on the web.
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Drill holes to 1 3/8" and use pipe insulators, they look like this. They come in sizes 1/2" to 1"
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thabks so much. never seen one of these yet in do my research. is there a preferred supplier?

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You have to get them at a plumbing supply house.
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