Well pressure tank

When installing or replacing the well pressure tank, does the supply line always have to hook up to the left side (facing the tank) of the brass "T", or can it be hooked up to the right side. It appears to me that hooking the supply line up the the left side oe the "T" and the demand side up to the right side is a standard. But does it really matter if they are swapped?
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On Thu, 27 Sep 2007 22:05:12 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

It doesn't matter. Do what makes sense from the location of the tank and piping.
Paul F.
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It really doesn't matter if both are even hooked to it, so long as one is. This isn't a flow through situation. You could have a T in the line and run one leg of it to the tank and all would be good.
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