My advice on setting up a new kit, put about three 1.5" inline filters in the feedline. One up at the valve stack, one in by the aircart and a third back at the liquid wagon. Try and and find filters with different sized mesh, coarse at cart and fine up by the stack. Then pull the plugs from the bowls of the filters and throw a valve in so you can drain the filters without taking a bath, can run a drain line if you want. Make sure you have a 1.5" shutoff valve before the filter back at liquid wagon so if you need to clean filters. I used to run an old polywest boom with the dimes for metering, would get a buildup of salt on them, these new pattison kits are way better, never plug. Oh and if you can get outdated ammonia hose from your fert dealer it works awesome for supply and return lines. I ve changed alot of that cheap white coil hose over the years. Seems with ground drive pumps the hose will "pulse" and will wear anywhere it touches along frame, even in a hanger. Pump settings I usually left maxed out as any extra just got returned back to wagon. I switched to hyd pump off a sprayer if you have the capacity is nicer way to go. Had a couple whoops where cart rolled back couple feet, mangling the frame and drive chains on the ground drive.