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Offline Golddigger

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highbanker questions
« on: November 24, 2008, 12:35:08 PM »
I'm building a highbanker and wondering what the best spraybar - water setup would be?
I've seen the pvc drilled and capped. would it be beneficial to get a bunch of brass high pressure fittings and use these instead of th drilled holes?

Also does there have to be a secondary water feed to the sluice? or does the spray bars provide enough  <-dont~know->

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Re: highbanker questions
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2008, 05:40:52 PM »
The spray bars should do it,for water flow.I had a idea for a spray bar... take a gas powered pressure washer wand
and plug the end and drill stagerd holes. 1600 psi  8) lol!!!@*
Now what I don't know
#1 will it blow up  <-dont~know->
#2 will you get wet  <-thinking-> <-dont~know->
#3 will the pressure eat through your highbanker [&whistle#] <-dont~know->
Now what I do know
#1 the rocks will be sparkling clean <-yes_>
#2 clay won't stand a chance  <-yes_>
#3 most likely will scare any bears away DEVIL&??

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Re: highbanker questions
« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2008, 01:05:40 PM »
 {-up-} LOL, well it would break up the clay wouldn't it?  <-yes_>

I suppose if you could keep your material in the hopper long enough  :P
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