The Kickass One
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- Jan 13, 2009
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He's just going to lift the flapper off the exhaust with that thing right??.
This to this over the w
what size of a cat is that?
not good.. 5 mic filter is pretty tight but you have bigger issues I would say. What is your well setup? Jet pump? submersible? Have you had inflow problems before? Run dry previously?Been having water issues lately. Had a guy come have a look cause at 1st I thought it was my pump. Nope new filter was clogged.
He said run no filter for a few days and try one again.
I put one in last night after 6pm. This morning at 5am I had to pull it. No water.
I've never seen one this plugged.
Now waiting to hear from that well guy.
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Above is the what the new filter looks like.
Below is approx 11 hrs of being installed.
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Its a 594H Caterpillar pipelayer. It’s essentially a heavily modified D9H. It’s substantially bigger than a D8, as you can see. Lol.what size of a cat is that?
Well is 285ft (from what I've been told). Wife was talking to one of the neighbors. She's pretty sure the well is an early 2000's. It is a plastic casing. The pump is at the bottom (we are assuming). Not really what type. It starts at 2amps and works up to 5amps when started. I was told it's a "soft start".not good.. 5 mic filter is pretty tight but you have bigger issues I would say. What is your well setup? Jet pump? submersible? Have you had inflow problems before? Run dry previously?