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Thursday, September 23rd 2010, 1:49am

by mrfixit

Loosen the screw that holds the nozzle in. Lift the sprinkler with the adjustment tool. Hold it up with one hand and pry the old nozzle out. I use a small screwdriver. Careful to not damage the sprinkler. The adjustment tool can also pull the nozzle out.

They used to give away a tool that held the sprinkler up while you changed the nozzle. I think there was 1 per case. I never actually tried it. You can still get one but you'll have to shop around. It's on this page. Nozzle insertion collar.www.hunterindustries.com/Products/Miscellaneous/accessories.html

I prefer the red nozzles.

Wednesday, September 22nd 2010, 2:46pm

by mackie29

Hunter PGP Nozzle Replacment

I want to change out a couple of nozzles what is the easiest way to keep the head up so you can get the nozzle out and are the blue nozzles better then the red ones.



Thanks