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Monday, December 12th 2005, 11:39am

by kjones3535

Sherman Thompson Pathfinder

To Whom This May Concern:

I recently went to purchase a John Deer walking sprinkler at the local hardware store. They informed me that they have had a high rate of return since the internal parts are made of plastic. I was also informed that the referenced sprinkler would be better. I was able to find a used one that needs a little work however i am not sure where to find the parts. I would be willing to buy a completely new one but would like to just buy the steel internal system. Could someone let me know if/where these parts are available.

Thanks,