George, you have 35 psi at your house, but I guarantee you don't have 35 psi out at your sprinkers. Let me ask you this: Why aren't you running 5/8" hoses to your sprinklers? The combined cross-sectional area of two 5/8" houses is greater than that of the 3/4" pipe feeding them; by your logic there's no need to use 3/4" inch hose. We both know you went with 3/4" hose to minimize pressure drop. If it's good enough for you, fine, but for a small incremental cost when you buried your water line you could have had much better pressure by using one inch line instead of 3/4.
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