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Old 11-05-2005, 01:39 PM   #1
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I have been thinking of installing a kitchen sink sprayer. But, for the life of me, I cant remember what the water lines are called. They are not PVC, but something else. I think I had better know this before I start cutting.

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Old 11-05-2005, 01:39 PM   #2
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I have been thinking of installing a kitchen sink sprayer. But, for the life of me, I cant remember what the water lines are called. They are not PVC, but something else. I think I had better know this before I start cutting.

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Old 11-05-2005, 01:56 PM   #3
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How about PEX tubing there is a paper on it in your suit case from Newmar.
Also go to Find above and type in "pex tubing" whole lot of info there. Have fun. "007"
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Actually, the kitchen sink sprayers that I've seen tap off a fitting on the kitchen faucet. If you change out your faucet for one that includes the sprayer, you shouldn't have to cut your water supply lines at all - they should have threaded fittings to attach to the faucet assembly.

If you don't want to drill a hole in your sink for the sprayer, you might look at the faucets that have the sprayer and hose built into the faucet spout - that's what came in our 5th wheel.

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my [trailer] kitchen sink has the faucet with a button the switches from straight to spray. Maybe you can just change the faucet.
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Rusty is right! The only sink sprayers that I have ever seen in either RVs or houses have been from the faucet set. You will need to do two things. You will need to make a hole for the sprayer to pass through and replace the faucet set with one that has the sprayer as a part of it. Keep in mind that you have to have some means of controling the water flow, and if it uses hot or cold water.
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