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If you want to save money on fittings, you can always go with barb fittings.
Some people also prefer the look of barbed fiitings, but most prefer compression.I did buy a few barbed ones for dirt cheap, but never got around to use them. I don't remember the brand either, just some bastard brand.
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Originally Posted by PepeLapiu View Post

If you want to save money on fittings, you can always go with barb fittings.
Some people also prefer the look of barbed fiitings, but most prefer compression.I did buy a few barbed ones for dirt cheap, but never got around to use them. I don't remember the brand either, just some bastard brand.

Yeh, I'm not sure I'm brave enough to go that route. Too many horror stories. Plus, I do prefer the look of compression fittings.
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