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Old 01-24-2016, 09:30 AM   #1
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Shortest run for pex allowed?


Is there a standard for length of pex? I am asking because under my sink there is a shut off for an outside water spigot. There is a short piece of pex from The shut off to a shark bite 90
I'm worried that this 2 inch piece of pex may fail overtime because it's so short.. Am I just paranoid?Shortest run for pex allowed?-imageuploadedbytapatalk1453649411.868259.jpg


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Yep, you're just paranoid. Don't loose sleep over it
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Yes, you're just paranoid. It's not leaking, it's not broke, leave it alone.
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on our wirsbo system smallest piece of pipe is 2" we use a ton of them, infact we have made up a tray 2" nipples for all the trucks ...you will be fine
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