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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by ArTurf, Jul 22, 2013.
Nothing wrong with a few extra feet of handing digging
Wait until you've done this 20+ years, then see if you say the same thing.
"screw installs" is what you say after decades of installing
No offense, newlywed, but after I installed a few systems, I realized I was more set up for management, and hired young bucks to do the the heavy lifting.
Work smart , not hard.
I had a Pipe Piper, so that lets me out.
Yes , it is . Its small , tracks , fits in places other machines cant fit . Its slower than my burkees , but way faster than a shovel . I laughed the first time I saw one , boy was I wrong . I have done jobs that I would have turned away , worked on hills that would have flipped my B 30 . Great little machine .
i love install, when i can manage.
i also love troubleshooting, when i dont have to dig.
Digging just plane blows
I like to get all the pipe pulled and the digging done before noon if its 5 Z's or less...
splitting wood sucks even more..