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Friday, March 26th 2004, 1:20pm

by aquamatic

if you have good pressure at that point you are good to go. A 1" line should be giving you plenty of GPM. Did you measure your pressure and volume?

Friday, March 26th 2004, 8:58am

by dlopez

It's a 1 inch pipe.

Thursday, March 25th 2004, 2:52pm

by aquamatic

what size pipe runs out to the back?

Thursday, March 25th 2004, 1:06pm

by dlopez

Water tie in??

I have a water line that runs through my house and exits out the back toward the backyard (where my sprinkler system will be). Can I attach the valves at this point?

Thank you.