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Monday, November 24th 2003, 5:37am

by SprinklerGuy

finding hydraulic valves in field is not rocket science...unfortunately the best way I have found is to follow the tubes........sorry bout that, pain in the *ss...but is only way I know of.


Friday, November 21st 2003, 5:12am

by Rays Sprinklers

what do you mean? find where the controller is?

Tuesday, November 18th 2003, 9:47am

by WALLORD

locating toro hydraulic controllers

Does anyone have a tried and true method on how to locate them in the feild. Thank You