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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Buck_wheat, Oct 29, 2010.
I hate cobras. Why give a great snake name to such a crappy product. It should be called stupid tube.
Someone installed the water service line 6 inches deep. I tagged it with the puller. I was pulling at 10 " . Thinking it was a root I pulled up to hop the root... then water started rushing out. Lol
All is well with a bid for a service line replacement too
At least you didn't start a fire.
I'm not so concerned with the quality of the connection as I am with its physical strength. Some suction lines will be in moving water, and they need to have the physical strength of a mechanical connection.
3500's down this strip.... spaced about every 20+ ft.
a small HOA community with about 16 houses in wilson
I'm just guessin' but I bet that was a model home without a driveway then they added the drive inpreparation for sale and the system never got reno'ed.
nope, they were built at the same time.
just dumba** people that need some schooling on irrigation installations.
Don't know what kind of chemicals were stored in the closet with the controller but it sure corroded the wires/terminals.
Found this on a job where I had to replace an old Richdel PSR.