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neauva

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Saturday, August 15th 2015, 5:45pm

How to identify quick coupler key

I have recently found two quick coupler valves in my yard, presumably attached to my irrigation. My question is, how do I determine the size/model of the key? I purchased the house with the system already installed. There were no keys lying around. I've been told a Buckner or Rainbird 1" could fit but I'd like to know for certain. Thanks for any help!

neauva

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Saturday, August 15th 2015, 10:29pm

After a little more searching, I found this site .

Wet_Boots

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Sunday, August 16th 2015, 6:38am

A lot of the quick-coupling valves were made by Western Raintrol and resold by other sprinkler manufacturers. You might dig around one them and look for a label or name/number cast into the valve body.

And, as always, a photo or two of the mystery item can be vital to getting it properly identified.

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