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Old 02-23-2008, 12:47 PM   #1
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Default Copper Tubing-- where to buy?

Where's the best place to buy copper tubing for making your own Counter Flow Chiller? I've heard some people use EBay-- but I'd be willing to pay another 10 bucks or so to get it at an actual store. Do stores like Home Depot carry this stuff at a reasonable price?

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Try ace hardware if possible for some reason its cheaper there than at home depot or lowes.

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The price has shot up on copper . This place still is somewhat reasonable

http://coppertubingsales.com/pricing.php

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In my area HD is much cheeper than Lowes for copper tubing. When I built mine I think the price at Lowes was 75% higher.

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The price has shot up on copper . This place still is somewhat reasonable

http://coppertubingsales.com/pricing.php
That seems to be a great price compared to what I paid at Lowes... Wish I had seen this last month.
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High price? I got 2 feet of 1/2" inner diameter for $4 at home depot. They cut it for you for free.

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Look in the yellow pages for a plumbing supply house. I get any length I want and at a price well below Lowes or Home Depot.

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I read in another forum that scrap yards sometimes have good copper stockpiles. I plan to visit the local place today for another project I'm working on.


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