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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by Gorhad, Jul 28, 2010.
In Texas, it would be known as a chingadero!!!
Big Thingy, Slave, Doohickey, Thingamajig and Doodley Squat are terms used in the Dickhunter "employee's job description" deposition
No no. The doodleysquat is from Rainbird. The whatchamacallit is from Hunter, and it has the optional thingamabob.
Dickhunter "Employee's Job Description" is that indigenous and unique to san Fransisco or can I find a copy in South Beach or Key West FL?
You mean there is a slight possibility he didn't deburr the pipe before welding in the valve? Of course....
I've repaired valves that had glue covering the solenoid discharge port.
Years ago I worked on a brand new "wet flying thing" EV valve where the solenoid discharge port wasn't even drilled through.
Solenoid ports are an extra-cost option on "wet flying thing" valves. Didn't you know that?
You get what you pay for...
Would that be deep water ports?
"wet flying things" ... I knew a stewardess once (maybe more than once) she was a wet flying thing... whoooo-hoooo