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Saturday, July 19th 2003, 6:43am

by Rays Sprinklers

Each company has their click......i would use Irritrol valves......(from my experience they are best!!) If you want to push i.5" go ahead, but i dont think its necessary.....if your looking for inline valves i would use the Irritrol 2400T

Thanks
Ray
Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Lawn Sprinklers

Saturday, July 19th 2003, 6:03am

by allwet

Valves

I noticed your 1 1/2" Weathermatic valves on sale for $50.00. My 2hp lake pump with 1 1/2" outlet was going to supply a 2" mainline with 1" valves coming off the mainline..........I was wondering about using these valves instead, attracted by reduced pressure loss, and the valves seemingly good operating characteristics...work on low gpm,
industrial type valve body,etc.....overkill or roadkill????
thanks in advance