I use stainless QDs for homebrewing... Most homebrew shops and suppliers offer them.
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I have a question for those who use their showers with a 1/4" QD. The hose that is used is usually 3/8", do the 1/4" QD affect the flow in a noticable way? Hopefully, I'm about to get the shower setup Kurt provides....wondering. 3/8" QDs are of course larger and not as common but it seems they would not affect the flow.
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Bringing up an older post...is there any reason why you couldn't use air QD's?
Also, do you guys use this for drinking water at all?
I used industrial T fittings they have a larger flow path in them than the standard M type QD's. These are made for air line, if it holds air it'll hold water. I don't use mine for drinking water personally.
Thanks for starting this thread... Getting ready to start my shower.... Just need to figure out the plumbing
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What about cutting the fingers out of a latex glove and pulling them over the fitting? Or use two of the male connector ends and epoxy them closed to use as caps. Just a thought.