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Old 11-08-2006, 09:44 PM   #1
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Pot filler length


I am considering adding a pot filler above my new range. I am installing a 48" gas range with griddle and grill on one side of it(1/2). I was wondering what length pot filler arm I will need to use it with this range?

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Read the specs on the pot fillers, you decide, all depends on what you want.

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They do make them that are two piece so it can fold up to the wall or be extened out to reach across you stove
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