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Friday, July 17th 2009, 3:18am

by fernanda lobo (Guest)

nelson x2 600 adjustment

Hi

Could someone tell me a simple way to adjust my nelsonx2 600 rotors?



Thanks in advance

Saturday, July 26th 2008, 5:37pm

by sprinklerguru (Guest)

The X2-600 does not have a removable cap as the other Nelson heads. You need the special tool to adjust it. Call Nelson and they will send you one.

Sunday, July 13th 2008, 10:09am

by hi.todd

I remember some Nelson rotors, I don't know the model number, but you would pop of the top seal or cover. The adjustment would work like a miniature Impact like that of the Rainbird Maxipaw or Minipaw. I hope this helps your idea on how to adjust the Nelson rotors. I don't see that many in Houston.

Dan

Sunday, July 13th 2008, 7:00am

by 3316 (Guest)

Nelson X2-600 Rotors

I have a customer with the older model Nelson X2-600 rotors. They still work find but I can not find an adjustment tool for them. The pattern adjustment hole is in the center of the rotor cap. Anyone have any suggestions as to where to find a tool or some way to adjust them without the tool?

Thanks!

ROS