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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Buck_wheat, Oct 29, 2010.
I think we still have the insert tool to punch the hole for saddles.
Punch? Mais non, monsieur! You use the blowtorch and the "branding iron"
PVC took a slightly different saddle tee for the smaller sizes, with the poly tee squishing the poly a little, and the PVC tee conforming to the pipe.
Boots would have done well in the old west.
PVC snap tee's are great, I remember hammering pipe into tee's on pulled systems.
Plastic poly saddles suck, the slightest root intrusion knocked them loose and they leak.
if we water the deck maybe it will grow.
Sometimes, a different perspective can be downright refreshing
Is that your doing Boots? Most professional looking hack job I've seen in a while. The nipple had to be force threaded into the faucet. No way those are IPS threads.
Are you kidding?!! Like I don't have brass adapters for garden-hose threads.
Sorry didn't mean to insult you. It looked like sch 80 gray nipple to me.
I know of a system that was installed that way on a frostproof building hydrant, which did have 1-inch standard pipe threads to connect to, once you removed the works.