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Fitting question

billbill Posts: 429Member
About 25 years ago I plumber friend of mine noticed a street ell in a gas piping system I did. I was told that you shouldn't ever use St. ells in a gas system because the male section of it has a reduced inside diameter than regular pipe.

Well 25 years later I just heard the same thing

BTW the inspector never said anything and only now did I hear this again.

Truth or fiction?
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