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Saturday, September 30th 2006, 11:58am

by jaktrade

I am a foreman for a successful irrigation company and I can tell you that the blazing saddles are a great and proven product that we swear by. My crew alone on average probably installs anywhere between 100 and 150 blazing saddles per week and we have never had one problem with them. They save an incredible amount of time and energy.

Saturday, August 5th 2006, 7:28pm

by Beartooth

The blazing saddle is perfect for your application. Go with either the BS9000 or BS7000. BS9000 has a funny pipe fitting already molded into it. The BS7000 is molded with 1/2" female threads. They are awesome.

Thursday, August 3rd 2006, 3:08pm

by Michael Dunk

Saddle Tee's

I would like to know if these new saddle tee's are any good.

I have seen the ones by Blazing Saddle and there is another one that looks like you have to cut a hole in the poly first. It looks like the Blazing Saddle tee cuts its own hole, or is the standard barbed fitting the way to go

The system that I am putting in will use 1" Poly pipe.