I'm going to be watching this for comments. I saw one somewhere recently, cannot recall where, could have been a HD clearance rack (I've been in several HD stores many miles apart in the past month.) or it could have been Habitat ReStore, or the flea, cannot recall where. Almost bought it, will now be kicking my self if everyone says it works OK.
Re: Copper water pipe soldering in reply to Charles (in GA), 11-28-2012 17:59:39
I seem to remember HD selling them for about $150 with the 1/2" jaws. The optional 3/4" jaws were $25. The jaws are on clearance for under $7, so I bought the 3/4" just in case. I need to replace my water heater so I might as well get rid of the galvanized and go with copper. But then there's the question of corrosion with copper. A friend replaced part of his ganvanized with PEX. Said it was easy. But is it code yet? And what about Sharkbit fittings for the copper? Are those code? Questions & more questions.
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