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Saturday, May 3rd 2008, 2:34pm

by IH8NYyanks

Distance is adjustable. There is no arc to adjust in a rectangular pattern. I'd stay away from the PS series if it's not too late though, kind of a bush league head. Go Rainbird 1800 or Hunter Pro-spray with matched precipitation nozzles.

Thursday, May 1st 2008, 10:37am

by Wet_Boots

Fixed pattern

Thursday, May 1st 2008, 10:34am

by freddyf

Hunter PS-00-555 spray sprinkler body with integrated 5X30 side strip pattern nozzle.

I need some info on the above listed spray with the integrated nozzle. The description on the website is confusing. The PS series of schrub sprinkers with integrated nozzles are supposed to have an adjustable arc. Is the arc on the 5X30 side strip nozzle adjustable or is it fixed?? Thanks in advance for any help.