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doppelganger
09-19-2012, 04:06 PM
Anyone know where I can find some John Guest/Mur-lok fittings locally? I've checked home depot already and they don't have the proper size I'm looking for. I need a 1/2" OD Slip to barb connector. I have yet to check rona but I'm wondering if anyone knows any plumbing shops around that would have a good selection. Thanks!

The Guy
09-19-2012, 05:00 PM
Anyone know where I can find some John Guest/Mur-lok fittings locally? I've checked home depot already and they don't have the proper size I'm looking for. I need a 1/2" OD Slip to barb connector. I have yet to check rona but I'm wondering if anyone knows any plumbing shops around that would have a good selection. Thanks!
Try Corix waterworks in Langley, or Andrew Sheret.

Wheelman76
09-19-2012, 08:46 PM
+1 on Corix , there is also one in Coquitlam.

doppelganger
09-20-2012, 04:18 PM
great i'll definitely go take a look. Thanks!

doppelganger
09-23-2012, 06:23 AM
Just an update incase anyone was also looking. I looked at both corix and andrew sherbert but neither had the part I was working for. The guy at corix did suggest 2 other companies called Green line and New line which specializes in hoses as well as some smaller diameter fittings. I ended up going to Green Line in Vancouver and found the part I was looking for. Never checked new line.

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

jostafew
10-15-2012, 06:43 AM
I just ordered some JG fittings online along with a pile of oddball PVC fittings from flexpvc.com I've used them a few times for my plumbing projects. Only catch is that I don't think they ship to canada, so I send them to places across the border like www.atthebordermail.com (http://www.atthebordermail.com) in Blaine (south surrey) and www.tsbshipping.com (http://www.tsbshipping.com) in Point Roberts.