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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by MajesticUSA, Oct 14, 2010.
I start closer & uphill first. Still pushing same amount of water in total.
Yup, I bet if we had a winterizing Olympics, it'd be a dead heat, even though we all have our own techniques.
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Well done, Matt!
Well spoken .......... daddy.
Closer *might* finish first. Starting further away and you are pushing a HUGE volume of water initially all at once. Definitely taxing on a smaller compressor. Using more fuel.
So judging categories:
Fuel efficiency/compressor effort
Hose coiling by hand
Penalty points for damaged plantings
And a special event: Controller is locked up (no remote) FIND THE VALVE BOX(es)
I'm saying we always try to mount our quick-couple on the high side of the main and let gravity help the compressor out.
Extra points for launch height (especially a Toro Stream Rotor high pop).
Melted fittings are five points per.
Those 3 foot high green plastic coated thin-wall steel "risers" from the big box easily get the most height! They launch more times than not.
Very nice Matt!!!