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Wednesday, February 14th 2018, 2:44pm

by My Dream1 (Guest)

What type of fittings do I need.

I would like to connect a swing pipe to the mainline and have already purchased the following items. Please help me select the remaining items to purchase. This is cold climate environment, (Buffalo NY.) which is why I selected poly tubing for mainline.

I already purchased:
Hunter SJ-506 6" swing pipe
Dig 14-011 1" Polyethylene tubing (1.06 ID x 1.20 OD)

Rain Bird 1804-SAM-PRS 4 in.

Items to purchase to complete connection to each sprinkler head:
412-006 1/2 in. MPT x FPT Street Elbow qty 2 for each head, (one for Rainbird 1804 sprinkler head inlet, one for connection to poly pipe)
1402-130 1 in. Barb x 1 in. Barb x 1/2 in. Reducing FPT Combination Tee
Murray 331SS Stainless Steel Crimp Clamps for 1 in. Poly Pipe

Thank You