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Monday, May 1st 2006, 2:11pm

Author: browntiger

Febco 860-100

I just recieved my Febco 860. One thing that bothers me is my old Febco 765 allows for water to flow right - to - left. Febco 860-100 Left - to - right. Not sure if it can be flipped? Thanks, Brian

Saturday, April 22nd 2006, 2:45am

Author: browntiger

Furtigator

Is it even worth $250? I noticed it went us from $160... I do 2 applications of W&F, and 1 of 12-12-12 for winter per season. What would furtigator do for me? Would it work on 30% slope?

Tuesday, April 18th 2006, 9:42am

Author: browntiger

Febco 765 1"

One can find RPZ Febco 860s for about $105 on internet

Monday, April 17th 2006, 12:37pm

Author: browntiger

Hunter PGP rotors

My house has sloped front yard. 4 rotors at the bottom need drain checks.... Is there anything I can replace PGPs (4Adj #3 noz) with to gain drain checks? Thanks Brian

Monday, April 17th 2006, 8:54am

Author: browntiger

Febco 825Y vs 860

Is there difference? Is one built better than other?

Sunday, April 16th 2006, 3:50am

Author: browntiger

Febco 765 1"

I admit, I did turned it on prior to last winter storm. But ... I don't understand why that part is made of thin plastic? I could understand if gasket leaked. SprinklerWarehouse.com has the repair kit for about $49. Plastic inside was so thin I see this happening again again.... So my question is Watts PVB plastiky on the inside? Sould I just replace whole thing with RP

Friday, April 14th 2006, 5:28am

Author: browntiger

Febco 765 1"

Is this just me or do they really suck. Made of plastic parts on the inside, our water pressure hit ~73 psi and febco exploded catapulting bell (top part) about 10 ft. Would Watts 1 800M4 FR be any better? Thanks