Outdoor hose bibs come either male or female thread. Yours sounds like a female thread and Mark's product is a 1/2" male thread. No biggie. You would probably have to shorten your existing plumbing to fit this hose bib anyways, because of the 8" extension. The extension is actually there to mount to reach into a wall near an existing sink to "T" into an existing line. Since this is not what you are trying to do, just a regular hose bib from the home stores will do. Remember to get a backflow preventer for it. With the preventer, the hose bib will probably cost 12 bucks or so.
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