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The last 4 posts

Sunday, June 25th 2006, 7:23pm

by xpedient

I already have thought of that. Except mine is a set up with risors and an elbow so when I blow the system out it shoots the water out to the side above the hole so it doesnt fill up..

Thursday, April 20th 2006, 2:52pm

by RidgeRun05

Sounds like an interesting concept. You should always remember to flush your system after repairs as well.

Thursday, April 20th 2006, 3:52am

by drpete3

I dont understand what your talkking about

Tuesday, April 18th 2006, 6:37am

by slund

new tool idea

i took a fitting that attatches to my half inch/three qtr inch riser and to a garden hose fitting ...i attatch it after i dig the sprinkler up so no water runs back into hole