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fireman32

Senior Member
Wow! That is amazing. Detail is spot on, I have the real thing.
Thought you might like this one. He’s a very good friend of ours, trying to make it big. He plays everywhere he can. He’s the lead singer of our church band, my wife is a back up/lead singer, but only at church.
 
Installed the plumbing manifold for my house yesterday. This is the first time I've ever installed one. I'm not looking forward to pulling all the tubing. manabloc.png
 

Lukikus2

Senior Member
A will with stand higher temperatures, such as in attic spaces, for a longer period of time. On either system use the brass fittings, not plastic and you will have no worries. As long as everything is crimped correctly. The leaching aspect is really a small matter when you don't know the quality of city water, unless you are on a well.

My may pop repair. I do not condone sharkbite fittings in any repair but this was an emergency and the 60 year old copper was to thin to sweat.
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I was installing can lights(42 of those suckers) in the basement today and came across this snake skin in the floor trusses.
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I turned the ladder around with my back to the wall and felt a 9'+ rattlesnake flick his tongue on the back of my neck.

Turns out it was just the end of the string I had run to keep the row of can lights straight. It sure felt like a 9'+ rattlesnake's tongue. snake tongue.png
 
I was installing can lights(42 of those suckers) in the basement today and came across this snake skin in the floor trusses.
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I turned the ladder around with my back to the wall and felt a 9'+ rattlesnake flick his tongue on the back of my neck.

Turns out it was just the end of the string I had run to keep the row of can lights straight. It sure felt like a 9'+ rattlesnake's tongue. View attachment 994651
I've felt that same 9' rattlesnake a couple of time while crawling under houses. Sure will make you clinch up tight.
 
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