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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Gotta get ready for winter....


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    Yup, can't wait. Last time I hired a plumber buddy to do this he used a 3' bury one instead of the previous 4' installed. Pretty cool. The hydrant outlet is about a foot off of the floor. Don't go to tractor supply 5 minutes away & get the proper one, nooooooo, just install that one and leave me to find it the next morning. Moron. Just gotta do shit yourself.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Yup, can't wait. Last time I hired a plumber buddy to do this he used a 3' bury one instead of the previous 4' installed. Pretty cool. The hydrant outlet is about a foot off of the floor. Don't go to tractor supply 5 minutes away & get the proper one, nooooooo, just install that one and leave me to find it the next morning. Moron. Just gotta do shit yourself.....
    Dumb ass plumbers


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Dumb ass plumbers


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    Hahaha, well, this one certainly was!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Yup, can't wait. Last time I hired a plumber buddy to do this he used a 3' bury one instead of the previous 4' installed. Pretty cool. The hydrant outlet is about a foot off of the floor. Don't go to tractor supply 5 minutes away & get the proper one, nooooooo, just install that one and leave me to find it the next morning. Moron. Just gotta do shit yourself.....
    I hate the fact that it ends up being the case. No one takes the time to do it right the first time anymore. That’s become my whole world taking care of these clients making sure that it is, So damn frustrating. Present plumbers excluded of course!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    I hate the fact that it ends up being the case. No one takes the time to do it right the first time anymore. That’s become my whole world taking care of these clients making sure that it is, So damn frustrating. Present plumbers excluded of course!


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    Yup, it's like watching over preschoolers sometimes

    Hey Mark, how far do you travel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Yup, it's like watching over preschoolers sometimes

    Hey Mark, how far do you travel?
    Well I drove to Franklin Pa for a Jeep. If you change it put in a Woodford so at least you’ll have a good one that you can service. The top is orange and I think they say Ames or Iowa on them


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Well I drove to Franklin Pa for a Jeep. If you change it put in a Woodford so at least you’ll have a good one that you can service. The top is orange and I think they say Ames or Iowa on them


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    Have you ever noticed that NONE of these is rebuildable without taking the whole head assy off? Most asinine thing ever. You can't get the damn plunger out any other way. I know a guy I get the hydrants from

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Have you ever noticed that NONE of these is rebuildable without taking the whole head assy off? Most asinine thing ever. You can't get the damn plunger out any other way. I know a guy I get the hydrants from
    Lol, is that what he sells? Yep the whole top comes off.


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