The 'end' I need is exactly the same as the faucet end of a standard stop-valve-to-faucet hose. The application is to connect a faucet tap to the spout, one hose per side, on a salvaged brass fixture. There is one hose but it's not in good shape.
Problem is, I can't even find a good description of what that end is, because it's standard and nobody selling a faucet hose needs to describe it. Looks like 14TPI and about 0.820" outer diameter on the male threads, so, it's like a 1/2" pipe thread, but without the taper (maybe that's a 1/2" 'hose thread')?
Anyway, I'm not even sure that knowing what the thread is officialy called, will help locate replacement hoses. Any help will be appreciated. Hose should be at least 8" long, and ideally no more than 24".
"Washing machine" hoses are very similar to what I need, but have larger diameter ends (same as garden hose) and are too long.
Picture shows most of the parts, basically complete hot side (except for a brass threaded part that holds the bell-shaped trim down; present but not shown). The cold side is also complete (with other parts not shown) but the valve-to-spout hose is absent.