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drpete3

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Tuesday, August 3rd 2004, 10:05am

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If I want to come off of the main line and go in opposite directuions what type of t or saddle do you use. I am not sure if I am being clear. I want to install 2 heads off of the main lie and on opposite sides of the main but connected at the same point on the main. How do you handle this?
Thanks,

Pete

HooKooDooKu

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Friday, August 6th 2004, 9:27am

I'm still not sure what you want, but perhaps the answer is that there is a 4-way fitting I believe is called a cross-over. Think of it as two tees compounded into one. Water enters the fitting and goes left at 90 degrees, strait, and right as 90 degrees.

drpete3

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Monday, August 9th 2004, 5:49am

exactly what I was thinking but I just cant find them. Oh well minor issue.
Thanks,

Pete

HooKooDooKu

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Tuesday, August 10th 2004, 9:52am

They are easy to find at the local Lowe's, at least in 3/4" and 1"

drpete3

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Tuesday, August 10th 2004, 10:44am

Thanks. Lowes is about 2 months from opening in my area and the ground will likely be frozen by then. I just combined 2 three way tees and made the connection that way.
Thanks,

Pete

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