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Old 03-11-03, 03:54 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Poly Y fittings


locally where can I get these barbed Y fittings? My home depot just has the hard plastic T's no Y's.
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I would rather not buy them on-line because of shipping increase and it will be cheaper locally anyway. I just need to find where locally. I will call plumbing supply stores, but I don't think normal plumbers use them.
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What about Pool supply stores? Another thought. I'm going to need to get around to that soon. That or add another barb to my heater core.
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i havenet found any "y" localy either. i just bought a bunch of black ones from www.case-mod.com they charge accual shipping cost. (weird huh?)
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You will not find them locally. Best bet is to purchase them when your purchasing another big watercooling component from a website, that way the shipping doesn't hinder you.

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