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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by FIMCO-MEISTER, Jan 10, 2008.
Slip fix on section line is okay imo but mainline it is a big no-no.
Agreed, wheres your fix?
4 elbowed it back in. I didn't do the job, Henry did he brought that to me to show.
Nice... 2" main common residential or is this from a comm prop?
C prop in Allen, TX This place has unmetered water. A freebie to get them to locate there.
Tax incentives and the like, "driving our economy"
hope everything gets fixed, good luck
At first glance it looked as though the pipe had been embedded in concrete.....
....then I realized this was pulled and lai9d on the sid3walk to take a photo.
Never admit you're wrong until you've got over 2K posts.
That is one of the problems with people using slip-fix couplings...correct installation is with the slip in mid travel, not fully extended....