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Tuesday, March 23rd 2004, 1:26pm

by RVLI

With any head you get for a dirty water application, go with a stainless steel. You will not regret it.

Saturday, March 20th 2004, 12:57pm

by Eric Young

Dirty water

I plan to expand my large residential system to cover 2.5 acres. My irregation ditch water is very dirty. In the past I have had lots of problems with heads clogging. Currently I have a 50 mesh filter before my pump with a 150 mesh and sand separator after the pump. This has greatly reduced my clogging problems. Any suggestions regarding best valves and rotors? I will be using 1.5 or 2" valves.