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    outdoor faucet

    what brand did u guys use for sink faucet ? just looking for some ideas

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    Re: outdoor faucet

    How fancy do you want it and how much money do you want to spend? Delta & Moen are both good brands and repair parts are readily available. You can find both at Lowes and Home Depot.
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    Re: outdoor faucet

    Quote Originally Posted by Propbndr View Post
    How fancy do you want it and how much money do you want to spend? Delta & Moen are both good brands and repair parts are readily available. You can find both at Lowes and Home Depot.
    ^^^ what they said!

    Many choices when building the outdoor kitchen- You could spend $500 or more for a DCS, Viking, Lion, Lynx or Bull outdoor kitchen sink and faucet or get a single stainless bar base sink and faucet at the locall big box store.
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    Re: outdoor faucet

    not gonna go crazy it just turns on water and turns off water but want something thats gonna last. $300 is probably the budget

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    Re: outdoor faucet

    http://t.homedepot.com/p/Elkay-All-i...B&gclsrc=aw.ds
    There you go

    Depending on your location you may need to ensure there is a way to winterize it
    Ron- Kansas. IG fiberglass, Riviera 30 Freeform 13600 gallons,
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    Re: outdoor faucet

    There are many single handle bar faucets for pretty cheap (under $100). That is what is on my ODK. I do have to winterize and drain though. I waited too long one year and busted up the faucet.

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    Re: outdoor faucet

    I like the idea of a basic stainless bar sink with a commonly-available faucet (e.g., Delta, Moen, Pfister). This combination will turn on/off the water just as good as the more expensive proprietary brands from the high-end grill makers. Availability of replacement parts is an important consideration.
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    Re: outdoor faucet

    I went the other way. I bought the cheapest amazon faucet that fit the style I was after. With the elements, I figured it wouldn't last too long. I only have $70 in mine.
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