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Old 10-10-08, 07:30 PM   #8
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oh and I didn't read the whole Pex write up, but last time I used Pex I had to rent a specialized crimping tool for $20.00, because to buy it would have been expensive (it was 2 years ago but I want to say $100 plus. I know it was more than $60 because I'll just buy the tool if it costs 3x or less the daily rental fee or less if I know I'm going to use it again later. And I've only replaced about 20% of my indoor plumbing in my 80 year old house.
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