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Tips for connecting 1 2 drip line to compression fittings

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2007-05-26          142490


I'm putting in a drip system and have lots of elbow connectors, Tees, couplers, etc between runs of 1/2" drip line. I've connected a few runs of hose via these compression fittings and feel like there must be a trick to make them join more easily. I find myself really working hard to muscle the hose into each fitting. After a few of these, I'm not looking forward to the rest. Surely there is a simple trick or tool to make this easier...?



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