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Old 10-08-2012, 10:32 AM   #1
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Who makes best braided SS supply hose (for washing machines, toilets)

I want to replace my old washing machine and toilet supply hoses (many years old, toilet hoses are plain plastic).

Who makes the best braided stainless steel flexible inlet hose for washing machines? Google searches turned up references to Watts and FluidMaster. I don't want the "Floodsafe" types that supposedly cut off when they detect too high a pressure; I've seen reports of them being too sensitive and shutting the water off under normal conditions.

For the toilets, I'm thinking of getting the Universal TM812 (www.kullysupply.com/universal-tm812-stainless-steel-toilet-supply-line), because it has brass nuts at both ends (rather than the typical plastic nut at the toilet end). Any comments?

Thanks! /Rav

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Old 10-08-2012, 10:37 AM   #2
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Who makes best braided SS supply hose (for washing machines, toilets)

Just walk into any Lowes or Home Depot and buy what they have on the shelve.
I've been using them ever since they came out and never once had an issue.
I've also never once had a call back with an issue on the burst proof type.

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