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Are the four female ports the same thread size? What size?
A. The Delta R10000-IPWS is 1/2" FPT(female pipe thread)and all ports are the same.
With the R1000-IPWS, with a shower head only operation, can I plug the top exit port and use the typical bathtub (the one on the bottom) port to connect to my shower head elbow? Thanks in advance.
A. The Delta R10000-IPWS should be compatible, take a look at the spec sheet http://www.faucetdirect.com/mediabase/specifications/R10000-IP.pdf to make sure it is what you need. Thank you.
which rough in(s) are appropriate for showerhead and hand-shower only?
A. The R10000 rough in will work great with a hand shower and shower head. The typical capacity of this roughin is 10-12 gallons per minute while a shower head or hand shower uses 2.5 gallons per minute. Ususing both the handshower and showerhead at the same time will still be far under the maximum capacity of the R10000 valve.
I plan on using a tub, shower, hand shower set up using a 3 way diverter valve and also the Delta T17130 trim set. Is this the rough in valve best for this set up?
A. The Delta R10000-IPWS will work just fine for the shower trim. You will need a valve for your diverter as well.
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