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Thursday, April 29th 2004, 11:39am

by jeaton

Thanks Guys for your input! I appreciate it.

Wednesday, April 28th 2004, 6:18pm

by bobw

I can't stand working on manifolds that aren't Dura. Everytime I see a manfold done any other way, I know that a contractor somewhere took the cheapest route and not the best one for the long term. The first time you ever have to change out a valve or add one to a Dura manifold, the extra cost pays for itself and then some.

Wednesday, April 28th 2004, 5:26pm

by aquamatic

Jon, They have worked great for us. You build it into the cost. It looks very professional and easy to upgrade and maintain. Dura Plastics makes a great product.

Wednesday, April 28th 2004, 12:15pm

by jeaton

Manifold kits? Are they worth it?

Guys,

Are manifold kits worth the money? I've only done a few installations, but used pvc pipe and fittings glued together.

Do you guys use the manifold kits? Is it worth the money for down-the-road maintenance?

Thanks,

Jon