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Wednesday, April 18th 2012, 8:16am

by wsommariva

Read SW blog

A few good articles there. "Design to fail oops" is a must read. I'd like to add, as a homeowner who put in two systems: Pick ax works great and gives you muscles when trenching. Have a 6 foot crow bar ready for rocks. Don't fill in the trenches until you are done testing; assume you will need to add a head or two. Hunter has better customer service than Toro hands down, IMHO and based on my experience. I also like Hunter valves better than Toro, although my Toro equipment works very well.