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Old 09-21-2020, 10:41 PM   #5
Arrowsmith
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Originally Posted by Drycreek3189 View Post
You really do need some kind of a brush trap on that pipe if there’s any chance that limbs and such will float to it, and where water runs there’s usually a chance. One chunk could hang up at the 90* angle and stop it up. Otherwise, good on your neighbors for helping you out !
The boys said if a fawn or coyote falls in there they can crawl out the other end.[emoji38]

But...yes...you are correct.

That drainage is only a trickle about 70% percent of the year, but I have seen it a dangerous raging torrent after a big rain or heavy snowmelt.

I have a couple of these Agri Drains installed on some smaller drainage pipes. I will probably get a 36" for this drop pipe.

https://www.agridrain.com/shop/c52/b...low-bar-guard/



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