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Old 07-30-2020, 06:48 AM   #21
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The town I work in has hundreds of delta 400 kit faucets from the 80s and 90s still holding strong. A new delta kit with a brass ball and cups and springs and they are good for another 7 years or so. I wish they still made them like that.

They pretty much do under their Peerless brand name. Model P110LF. I just installed one a couple days ago. I was elated to find out they still made them. I have a whole peanut butter jar with rubber seats & springs, stainless balls, cap seal kits, and a handle. Gotta use them parts lolz


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Old 07-30-2020, 05:04 PM   #22
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I must have put in hundreds of 100's and 522's back in the 80's. I had one commercial project with 62 1/2 baths, each with an AS Declyn w/Delta 522, a round front AS Cadet and a 6 gal electric WH above the ceiling. I ran a couple thousand feet of 3/4" black to unit heaters in each space as well.
Then, there was the tennis court we plumbed to be a solar panel.
8000' 1/2" L and 400' of 4" L for the manifolds. First and only time I used a tee extractor.

We ought to start a thread on the most outrageous jobs we've ever done.
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We ought to start a thread on the most outrageous jobs we've ever done.
I have my very own soap thread...All of them more outrageous than the other!

And I have some when I was in the Union...
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I’ve been waiting on a replacement sprayer since December for a tap, I keep telling the customer to tell them your not happy.
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