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Wednesday, March 17th 2010, 8:45am

by ldcxyz

Go with the 4 in the corners as long as you can use as least a size 6 nozzle (2.7 gpm) with your water supply.

Tuesday, March 16th 2010, 3:19pm

by Wet_Boots

A fifth rotor in the center of a square would spray a shorter distance, so as to not waste water overthrowing the boundaries. Umless you have a lot of wind when you water, it wouldn't serve much purpose.

Sunday, March 14th 2010, 9:08pm

by Juan54

Hunter rotors

I'm designing my sprinkler system and my front yard is 32 feet wide from the neighbor's driveway to our driveway and 30 feet from the house to the road.I was thinking about installing four of the Hunter PGP-ADJ 4 nch sprinkler heads one in each corner.Is that enough or should I install a fifth rotor in the center of the yard that will overlap the four corner sprinklers ?( ?(