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Old 12-23-2010, 10:02 PM   #1
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Default Chrome sleeves for stub-outs

We started using these on all residential and some high-end commercial stub outs.

You can cut them to size and then slip them over the stub-out, hiding the ugly pex blue colour.

Just thought everyone here would like to know...

http://www.radsnaps.com/id31.html

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I save the stubs we cut off of 5" extension chrome angle stops, to cover pex.
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