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Friday, May 27th 2005, 5:07pm

by RidgeRun05

Why is it that the only way for you to install an irrigation system is to tap into the hose bib? I would suggest if you are going to invest the money in a sprinkler system, that you plan it properly and install it correctly. Installing your system off of a 1/2" hose bib will cause you more problems than just being able to have two or three heads on a zone.

Friday, May 27th 2005, 2:57pm

by joeblow

The only way

The only option I have is to tap into the hose bib, and the flow rate is insufficient. Is there any way to make the system work without reducing the zones to two or three heads?