Reverse Osmosis from garage to adjacent kitchen

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    quote; I'm guessing I shouldn't just drill a hole through the wall.

    Why not? It should be the easiest way then seal around the tube with caulking.
     
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    It sounded too easy :)

    Seriously though, I assumed there would be a code that said I couldn't do it that way, because of a fire rating on the wall or some such thing.
     
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    If you have a fire, a 1/4" hole in the wall with be the least of your proglems.
     
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