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    Default Monitors tied into last lateral

    We have always used a separate saddle when installing monitors. Talking with a large producer he stated that he tees into last lateral. That way if the sensor has a leak you can tell easier. Anyone else try this or can think of a downside?

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    I only put them on their own saddle and I use a 2-3' long 3/16 or 5/16 line, then I tie them to a tree trunk, held upright.
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