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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by CAPT Stream Rotar, Sep 5, 2007.
i gotta do an estimte first but boy..
I ALMOST FELL OVER when i looked @ these.
be back in 2 hrs.
While the universe waits with baited breath I will steal the thread with my DIY doozy. No comments nescessary the bottom is an ORBITZ. Took today. Did not replace cuz I didn't want to hurt the HO's feelings.
A 16" P\U.... Thats new...
dammit...I wanna sell that setup to one of my customers....just because he DESERVES it....
Peter- those are great.
A little history on this system, we spent hours pulling bougus DIY crap out of the ground.The homeowner/installer is dead now so it's ruff to break it to the mother/daughter..
When we service this system its the bare minimal to keep it going..This time was a stuck valve.After we install 2 new valves in the ground,wire the bangers, fire it up to test pressure cleaning up our mess then water comes pouring 2 feet from the box...BANG a saddle with a 3/4 male adapter feeds a 33 gpm zoned sprays. Complete nightmare.
well please keep the "negative BS/I WOULD OF" comments out of it.
the old water master
bad pgp and mess
ended up being a large operation,commons all run with separate wire..wiring code=
thats right a 1 inch saddle supplies water to this zone feed..the hole=1/2 inch...me=
what it ended up being
where i learned my clean up from
from a different job...junk manifold....
and you all think im bad with stuffing jartops...@ least i put them in the middle of the box..
Astounding monkey business.
The first four pics are going in my "hall of fame" picture book that I show to customers. Hey buddy, here's what three yahoo's in a pick-up truck charge. That's why my price is $ 2,500 higher - no brainer here !!!
Good pics Fimco.
Rotar-poly people. The thing that blows me away is the ring clamp on mainlines. Do those have a life span? No MV right? Having dug up ring clamps and seeing how they corrode I keep thinking they need to be replaced every 4-5 years to hold the pressure.
Nice cleanup by the way. The shadow knows what he is doing.