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Sunday, July 10th 2011, 12:42pm

by servicetechMA

that seems pretty good to me. especially with ditch witch rental, i would recommend if you didnt already order,get just a few extra parts, if your using a backflow,get an extra male adapter,copper can somtimes strip the threads on the plastic fittings,couple extra couplings,an extra valve. just anything that you think would realllllly be great to have if somthing were to get messed up.

Friday, July 1st 2011, 1:21am

by grey

I'm done with design

I just finished with material list and cost and the grand total is... $1600 for 5100sq. ft. irrigated area (materials, tools, rentals). It has 8 zones. I requested free design from Rain Bird and with their consumer products, discounts the price is pretty much the same.
How did I do?