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Let me get this clear - you have a well that you have run a 1" line 220' onto your property - are you asking if this will work?

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Q: Brought a place with a 4 inch casing drill well What if the water depth is 6 feet you are pumping water about 18 feet you ran a 1 ich water line 220 feet most flat land What if the well pumps and will?
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