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Saturday, May 24th 2003, 2:02pm

by Rays Sprinklers

I install funny pipe on 9 out of 10 fittings, with no clamps, and over here we have 95+ psi, and 15+ GPM and i have yet to have a problem. Just make sure the funny pipe is over the elbow all the way. Im not exactly sure what keeps it from blowing apart but something does.

Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Lawn Sprinklers

Friday, May 23rd 2003, 3:28pm

by drpete3

No clamp is needed with funny pipe fittings. I use it all of the time and never had any problems

Friday, May 23rd 2003, 5:51am

by quantm

Swing pipe spiral barb fittings

Do you need to use a hose clamp on the spiral barb fittings for funny pipe?