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Monday, June 10th 2013, 7:59pm

by malex

Thank you kindly. If it doesn't work it shouldn't be too much work to correct it compared to running the two run outs to begin with.

Monday, June 10th 2013, 9:20am

by Wet_Boots

You should be fine.

Monday, June 10th 2013, 5:16am

by malex

I am using

Hunter PRS30 in this application.

Sunday, June 9th 2013, 7:48pm

by Wet_Boots

Without knowing what heads are involved, the answer must be "no" - there are heads you can't even feed from a single swing pipe connection.

Sunday, June 9th 2013, 7:08pm

by malex

Two heads on one swing pipe extension?

Because of a fence to the backyard I will put one head in front of the fence and one head inches away, behind the fence. Can I use ONE swing pipe run out with a T and an elbow to connect both heads or do I need to have two run outs from the lateral 3/4 poly?

Thanks!