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 9/16" compression line - Renist Bathroom Faucet
Author: steelh (CA)

Bought a new bathroom faucet and want to replace the angle stops on my PEX water lines with the install. The specs on the Renist faucet state that the supplied compression lines are 9/16". I'm not finding 9/16" comp angle stops on any of the online plumbing supply stores. Seems as though 3/8", 1/2" and 7/16" are the standards.


Thanks in advance!

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 Re: 9/16" compression line - Renist Bathroom Faucet
Author: packy (MA)

its out there.. you will have to do some cobbling together of a couple fittings to get what you want.

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 Re: 9/16" compression line - Renist Bathroom Faucet
Author: bsipps (PA)

Ditto it’s on eBay
My suggestion is to buy a name brand American made faucet as these parts are readily available for future repairs and some come with a lifetime warranty

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