Vid:pulling with the 255

Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by CAPT Stream Rotar, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. CAPT Stream Rotar

    CAPT Stream Rotar LawnSite Fanatic
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    If everything else lay's out right we should be brining Bessy on friday to pull a few zones and a faucet...Quick job...Hardest part is going to be pulling pipe through some well developed pine trees..I only have my laptop but hey..
     
  2. AI Inc

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  3. CAPT Stream Rotar

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  5. greenmonster304

    greenmonster304 LawnSite Gold Member
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    is it always such a chore to connect the pipe to the blade, it seemed to take an extra long time.
     
  6. Without A Drought

    Without A Drought LawnSite Bronze Member
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    nice vid. what was the attachment, a king grip? i've only just used a loop of chain. never lost a pipe yet.

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  7. AI Inc

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    Thats funny we keep duct tape on the parking break too. Also pulled one of those back panel bolts and put it thru a hammer holster to hold the hammer on the machine.
     
  8. CAPT Stream Rotar

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    nice dude!

    we need 1 of those.
     
  9. Wet_Boots

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    That is a King Grip holding the pipe. They do not let go. More trouble than a chain loop, or the Chinese mesh grip, but a minimum of soil disturbance.

    Using a King Grip shows the influence of having used a Pipe Piper, because their blade is so 'active' that a Chinese grip won't work.
     
  10. DanaMac

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    I had only used the chinese mesh grip when installing. Always worked well except in some clays. But sometimes the pipe would just pull apart during a pull in clay anyway.
     

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