Where those fall clean up rigs at?????

Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by cuttin-to-the-Max, Oct 15, 2010.

  1. WJC

    WJC LawnSite Senior Member
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    I use a couple C-clamps to hold the box down to the top of the bed. This has worked fine for the past few years.
     
  2. WJC

    WJC LawnSite Senior Member
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    I'm baffled by how this drainage pipe is not sagging, what was holding it striaght? Yeah, I bet it did clog a bunch. I use 6" drainage pipe too, but mine is only half that long and it occasionally clogs too.
     
  3. CTmower

    CTmower LawnSite Senior Member
    from CT
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    This is solid plastic drainage pipe, not the flexible stuff. Theres no chance this stuff will flex or bend. IF you are having issues with clogging I would definitely recommend going wider.
     
  4. WJC

    WJC LawnSite Senior Member
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    OK, I thought it was the flexible stuff. Yeah, I have thought of going to a larger diameter discharge hose but I might go with pvc since its smooth inside.
     
  5. jrs.landscaping

    jrs.landscaping LawnSite Silver Member
    from Maine
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    That rig is awesome.
     
  6. wilsonsground

    wilsonsground LawnSite Member
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    buy the double wall drainage pipe not a single wall and its smooth on the inside and doesnt clog.
     
  7. wilsonsground

    wilsonsground LawnSite Member
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    mine got on last week

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  8. WJC

    WJC LawnSite Senior Member
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    I'll have to see if I can find some double wall pipe, I didnt know there was such a thing.
     
  9. wilsonsground

    wilsonsground LawnSite Member
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    yup. double wall pipe is the heavy stuff thats rigid on the outside and smooth on the inside. the stuff thats rigid on inside/outside is only single wall pipe, thats what my local concrete company told me when i went to buy my pipe. Lowes/Home Depot carry this stuff only up to 6". anything larger youll need to find else where, your best bet is calling around to a local concrete company
     
  10. iamthehunter36

    iamthehunter36 LawnSite Member
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