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Old 05-19-2016, 01:04 AM   #15
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Lowes had a terrible selection of PEX fittings. I went to a local OSH and they had a lot of stuff. What I ended doing on my install was to use a Sharkbite ball valve at the tube coming up out of the floor. I then put a 3"-4" piece of PEX there and then a 1/2" PEX to 1/2" thread Sharkbite adapter followed by a stainless 12" long flex hose with 1/2" fittings on both ends directly to the toilet. Worked very well and I now have a shut off in the event I develop a leak. I may build a small metal L bracket to support the ball valve at the floor from shaking around while on the road.
The 320 looks like a really nice head, can't wait to drop trou on it.

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Old 05-19-2016, 01:09 AM   #16
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BTW, I did a cursory inspection of my old Sealand head I removed. Not sure what model this was. It appeared to have 2 separate leaks, first was a hairline crack in the flush valve. That was fixable. I then found a crack in the bowl where it clamps to the base. You could see no cracks in the bowl inside the head, but you could from the outside. It was a ceramic bowl and plastic base.

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