I need to buy ~25' of copper pipe to fix our badly kinked stove line. It looks similar to (but worse than) this pic:
I won't be able to measure the pipe for a couple days and the guy at Lowes wasn't able to help me determine what kind of pipe I need.
The pipe I'm using looks like the pipe in this image and is the only pipe I have seen connected to stoves before. I don't know the exact diameter, but it is approx the size of my pinkey (say, around 1/2"). The guy from the gas company who recommended replacing the pipe said that I could get the same thing, or a newer version with a yellow coating that would be slightly better (I read that as more durable).
I thought this was a pretty standard kind of thing though, no? Does anyone have a good guess of what I need to ask for at the hardware store?