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Irrigation repair #13968165 04/21/21 01:38 PM
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Need advice on how to move this head about 4ft to the right or other side
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Re: Irrigation repair [Re: gregpaul] #13968604 04/21/21 06:25 PM
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If to the right like you're looking at it should be simply cut the t-joint out and run a new T the other direction with the length you need.

Re: Irrigation repair [Re: gregpaul] #13968625 04/21/21 06:34 PM
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Well I would not cut the tee
i would cut the 1/2 pipe and 90 it towards the direction toy want to go,
Than dig the ditch and add in the 1/2 pipe
you could re attatch the head with a 1/2 collar.
Just sayin


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Re: Irrigation repair [Re: gregpaul] #13968658 04/21/21 06:50 PM
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Is the picture oriented correctly when you say you want to move it to the right? IE to the right would mean the T is exactly opposite as shown in the pic?

I think I get what both greenen and Bruce are saying, but it all depends on the orientation of the pic.


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Tee joint has already been cut out once,
they used a riser for the 1/2 pipe, dont open worms unless you need them


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Re: Irrigation repair [Re: Bruce's] #13972124 04/24/21 02:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Bruce's
Well I would not cut the tee
i would cut the 1/2 pipe and 90 it towards the direction toy want to go,
Than dig the ditch and add in the 1/2 pipe
you could re attatch the head with a 1/2 collar.
Just sayin

This, he knows a thing or two about irrigation.


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Re: Irrigation repair [Re: Roller22] #13973416 04/25/21 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Roller22
Originally Posted by Bruce's
Well I would not cut the tee
i would cut the 1/2 pipe and 90 it towards the direction toy want to go,
Than dig the ditch and add in the 1/2 pipe
you could re attatch the head with a 1/2 collar.
Just sayin

This, he knows a thing or two about irrigation.


So would you 90 up and back over, under or around that existing tee?


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