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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by anotherbrian, Aug 10, 2012.
who the hell pulls the valve box covers to check for lovely plumbing?
What separates the pros from the dipwads, is pride.
Explain how primer stains render a valve manifold non-functional
Looks like hell, and says, "hack".
I've thrown away pipe with less primer than that on them
Mike how old are you currently?
You non-poly guys tend to forget our PVC is hardly poppin' fresh like it is in trenching territory. A single length of one-inch sch 40 is enough for more than a dozen systems worth of manifolds.
I'm with boots on this one...
I've never seen a manifold crack or break here in New England because the glue and primer is a little slopy .
Yeah, just today I was making a manifold a had to dig a piece of PVC from the bottom of the bed of the truck. It was quite dirty I had to wash it before I started glueing.
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This install season has been nuts..
I'm on my second stick rounding Aug...
I'll dump these here
dos por uno
I love the 4X10....I have moved dumpsters with it..
The big boss loves putting valves, clock, reducer, 2 runs of wire and 4 zone pipes in a tight area about 4 X 8. with barely any running room ..
Thanks to 2 for 1 pulls I can do it..Although im suprised i didn't cut anything
Main and wire
almost ran the entire 300' roll out. stretched a lot.
big blade on the sink
Complete mismark from OFF TARGET
Complete animal when it comes to installs, it sucks that he goes back to school