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Old 04-29-2016, 01:11 PM   #29
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Before pulling away Always, ALWAYS do a complete walk around and look under and up while you do it. I also always have my wife do the same thing before we pull away. She does the inside prep and I do the outside, then we both double check the other. Works for us.
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This is the pressure reducer I use. Had a few laying around from doing irrigation jobs. Just need to pick up a couple NPT-to-hose adapters and it's good to go. Excellent flow rate.

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