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    Great!

    Thanks - this is what I needed to hear.
    Still curious - ever heard of those dancing balls in Blazing's drains? I'm really wondering if they are worth all this trouble...
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    It is not "blazing the end of the line". It is a...

    It is not "blazing the end of the line". It is a product sold by the company named "Blazing" called "end of lateral line drain". It's like any line drain plug, except: 1) it is combined with the...
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    What I get from my 3/4" house line is about...

    What I get from my 3/4" house line is about 12GPM, meaning I can have up to 8GPM on each valve, and going 1" won't increase that, of course, but will minimize the decrease over 150' run...

    I was...
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    Sure

    My house line is 3/4", so the only way to improve that is upgrade the service. As to the limitations - this is not a simple thing, as many plumbers might think. I have background in physics, and I...
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    Thanks!

    Thanks for the answer. I did my due diligence and read bunch of manuals and some threads on this same forum - so, yes - backflow preventer is already in. I was asking if I can do a step-up etc., and...
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    Blazing end of lateral line darin - any good?

    Does anyone no if it is worth using Blazing's end of lateral line drain? Are they as good as they are pitched?
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    Designing off 3/4" house line.

    Off my house 3/4" line I installed 6 valve manifold - all 3/4". Now - 4 valves will water large zones taking 3/4" feed sprinklers. Should I:
    1) step up to 1" and run main and lateral 1", and step...
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