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does this supply line have a 1/4inch male end with an o-ring and a solid chrome/brass end about two inches long until it go to a braided line ?

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What type of hose do I need to connect a T&S B-0108 jet spray valve to a typical shower head?

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The hose below will connect to the T&S B-0108 spray valve. You will need to plumb this hose to your shower. Once you remove your existing shower head, you will most likely have a male thread remaining. The other end of the hose is a female thread and it may fit your shower. If not, you can go to a local hardware store to get the correct fitting/adapter.
 
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