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    Default pipe job.

    6 inch pipe with 6 inch tubing adapters on the ends. Its all the scrap we had on hand. we did some 4 inch too. Most of it was sched 20 and plasma cut with minimal grinding, close square butt fit for speedy welding, 1/8 Hobart Pipe Master and a buzzbox. Single pass.
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    more of the same
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    missed one, this is about as simple as it gets, did it outside on the apron to keep the mess down.
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    Looks good Sberry. Is that irrigation pipe for the berries? Good to see some nice weather here today to as it was the first +10 day we have had. Still have 5 & 6 ft snowbanks in the tree rows though. Let us know when the berries are ready & we can all come for fresh berries & ice cream

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    Yes its for irrigation to go under driveways. It just gets buried flush and connected to surface aluminum piping. When I change layouts from year to year we yank them out and re-use. I was making some changes/additions used a couple old ones but needed a couple new. They might be in the ground for only a couple years, some a long time but allows for driving around the place. Real simple stuff, takes a little while to do but is long term investment to some extent.
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    It had a hole in it where someone pierced it with a torch,,, but,,,,,, my lens is always dirty, its amazing I do what I do, ha

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    looks pretty good.


    must be alot of berries... thats some pretty wide irrigation pipe.
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    Great looking work Berry as all ways, clean and to the mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Head View Post
    Time to change that cover lens?
    or flip your hood down
    my daddy always said i was IRONHEADED....
    feel free to P/M me

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