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22 Nov 11 PEX Fittings, #06848: MALE ADAPTER 3/4″ X 3/4″ MPT

PEX Fittings,FLAIR-IT MALE ADAPTER 3/4" X 3/4" MPT. CONNECTS 3/4" PEX OR POLYBUTYLENE AND 3/4" FEMALE THREADS. WHEN CONNECTING 3/4" POLYBUTYLENE WITH THIS FITTING, ALWAYS USE PART # 06792: 3/4" PEX TO POLYBUTYLENE TRANSITION INSERT. THE WALL OF 3/4" POLYBUTYLENE IS THINNER THAN PEX AND REQUIRES THIS INSERT TO ENSURE A COMPLETE SEAL. USING THIS FITTING ON 3/4" POLYBUTYLENE WITHOUT THE INSERT COULD LIKELY CAUSE A LEAK. FLAIR-IT FITTINGS ARE AN EXCELLENT SOLUTION FOR DO-IT-YOURSELF HOME PLUMBING REPAIR. THEY REQUIRE NO SPECIAL TOOLS. INSTALLATION IS EASY: SLIDE THE NUT ALONG THE PEX PIPE, ROCK THE FITTING INTO THE PEX PIPE, SLIDE THE NUT BACK ALONG THE PIPE AND HAND TIGHTEN THE NUT ONTO THE FITTING. THE DOUBLE THREADED NUT WILL THREAD ONTO THE PIPE AND THE FITTING, FORMING A TIGHT SEAL. IF THE FITTING LEAKS, TIGHTEN THE NUT A FEW MORE TURNS. YOU MAY NEED TO USE THE FLAIR-IT WRENCH IF YOU NEED ADDITIONAL LEVERAGE.

Tags: #06848, ADAPTER, Fittings, Male

25 Aug 11 MALE MODELS UNDERWEAR SHOOT – AND THEY’RE TWINS !

Hot British twins model the new Aware men’s underwear collection. While many high-end underwear ranges stick to black, white and grey, the up-and-coming UK brand goes for a colourful, cheeky, urban look – reflected perfectly by the personalities of the newly discovered GTwins. The London-based brothers are showcased here in their first ever underwear shoot, exclusive to this channel. Google TheGTwins to contact the guys for work-related enquiries, or follow them on FaceBook.

Tags: Male, MODELS, Shoot, THEY'RE, Twins, Underwear

03 May 11 How To Visually Tell Male from Female In Coturnix

Pictures and video of how to see the difference in male and female coturnix of the Brown and Golden varieties. The only video on here shows how to foam test, this is a GLAND of the roo, only the coturnix quail has this gland that produces a foam-like substance it is NOT reproductive fluid if you get my drift but it does help in fertilization. This gland is actually above the roos vent and almost looks like a swollen bump above the roos bum (vent). Hens do not have this gland but only roos in breeding condition have it…and for them to be in breeding condition they have to be under 14 hours of light a day artificial or natural….natural would be in southern states year round, or spring and summer seasons in the northern states. Coturnix can breed and lay eggs year round as long as 14 hours of visual light is given to them, in the form of a light bulb will even work! :) Roos also only crow when in breeding condition… they WILL not crow if it’s the dead of winter and no supplimental light is given other than normal winter daylight. Browns Goldens and a Brown looking variety called Cinnamon can be visually sexed by their feathers where as most other colors you cannot tell by looking. A & ms, English Whites, Tibetans (ranges), Red Range and Tuxedos can only be sexed by you seeing which one crows, by foam checking, or by seeing a hen lay an egg….otherwise unless you’re good at vent sexing (which most aren’t) you won’t know. So I hope this video helps some! :)

Tags: Coturnix, Female, from, Male, tell, Visually