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Monday, May 12th 2003, 12:12pm

by Rays Sprinklers

1 1/4" pipe is is larger than normal.....the norm is 1" pipe

good job::

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Wednesday, May 7th 2003, 10:45am

by drpete3

You did just fine. That diameter will be able deliver plenty of water. Now the next step is to disign your zones correctly (ie dont put to many heads per zone)

Edited by - drpete3 on May 07 2003 4:33:16 PM

Wednesday, May 7th 2003, 7:08am

by bretth7377

I Hope I did this right

I wish I knew about this forum a few weeks ago. I re-lanscaped my yard last year, there is no grass, just dirt. I want to install a sprinkler system before I put the grass down so it can water the lawn as the grass grows. I dug my trenches and layed down 1 1/4 poly pipe. Is this pipe too big? I have 16 GPM at 60 PSI.