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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Falcon50EX, Jul 24, 2011.
and every one of them a gem
No that is not the case I do know
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Why did you replace the valves instead of just rebuilding them? I'm not a fan of the PGV but it can still be had and rebuilding is much easier than replacing and eliminates the possibility of installing a valve backwards.
Doesn't matter if the valves are all flowing out the same way or are alternated, you put them in however it makes most sense for the zone you're going to run with it.
Personally, I've never had a problem with the Hunter PGV w/o flow control.
Except once, the home owner was a mason contractor and he wanted to make his own stone valve box (cement rectangular chimney flue collar as the box, with a stone lid). He knocked off a solenoid, screwing up the threads. He cross threaded it back on severely and then called to complain.
When I showed him that the solenoid was cross threaded so bad it was at an angle, he fessed up. Not under warranty.
Here's a manifold rebuild from last year using PGV.
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I will always have a kind thought for the little people that make it all possible
Thanks for the help I placed it in the wrong direction.
you have copper to the manifold? It look very clean we do not us the black pipe do you pull it or trench?
Nice manifold,but,why the teflon tape with those Dura swivel fittings?
Speaking of teflon , you gentleman try the blue teflon yet? Nice stuff.