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Shot making question

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by joe blow, Dec 22, 2007.

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  1. joe blow

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    What is the distance from the drip edge to the collant?
     
  2. straycat

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    No more than 1/4 in I believe
     
  3. joe blow

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    When you say the collant is too thin, what is the mix? We are using the RV anti freeze. It's non toxic. Is that the right kind?
     
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    Another question, on dimension. How far should the drippers be above the drip edge? Thanks
     
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    JB I've not found any rv antifreeze that will work. I use prestone low-tox automotive antifreeze. I mix about a pint of liquid laundry soap to six gallons of antifreeze. I've had very good results with it.


    Dave, On my littleton the drippers are about 3/8ths inch above the lip.





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    When you say the collant is too thin, what is the mix? We are using the RV anti freeze. It's non toxic. Is that the right kind?
     
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    Another question, on dimension. How far should the drippers be above the drip edge? Thanks
     
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    JB I've not found any rv antifreeze that will work. I use prestone low-tox automotive antifreeze. I mix about a pint of liquid laundry soap to six gallons of antifreeze. I've had very good results with it.


    Dave, On my littleton the drippers are about 3/8ths inch above the lip.





    Jim
     
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