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Saturday, June 26th 2010, 5:45pm

Vintage Valve ID Help

I've got three rainbird valves that need replacement diaphragms. Problem
is (a familiar one unfortunately) there are no marking to identify the
model. The other two (black valves) are functioning but have no idea of
their make as well. Any help will be much appreciated!

[img]http://i769.photobucket.com/albums/xx337/boneholster/Rainbird%20Valves/group.jpg?t=1277592321[/img]

Wet_Boots

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Monday, April 25th 2016, 11:25am

RE: Vintage Valve ID Help

I've got three rainbird valves that need replacement diaphragms. Problem
is (a familiar one unfortunately) there are no marking to identify the
model. The other two (black valves) are functioning but have no idea of
their make as well. Any help will be much appreciated!

[img]http://i769.photobucket.com/albums/xx337/boneholster/Rainbird%20Valves/group.jpg?t=1277592321[/img]
You might be better off replacing the Rainbird valves with Hunter valves like the two that are already there. Those original green valves were manufactured by Hydro Rain, for which some parts can be had, and resold by Rainbird.

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