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Old July 31, 2014   #16
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The 200 mesh filter is what is recommended and they are relatively cheap.
The filters can be back flushed to clean them out also.
Here is a link to some filters you may be interested in.
Sadly they dont have one for chlorine.
I do suspect that the bodies would accept a chlorine filter if you looked around or took measurements.
Most of this stuff is standard sizes anyway.

Dont freak out the prices range from expensive to affordable.
http://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/Dr...ers-s/1046.htm

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