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The last 5 posts

Sunday, June 25th 2006, 6:13pm

by xpedient

I prefer Rainbird however, the I-20 are usually more durable. I like the coverage on the 5000 plus better.

Monday, May 15th 2006, 1:32pm

by SprinklerGuy

Greener adjustment tool...

Monday, May 15th 2006, 4:18am

by Tom

better nozzles

Saturday, May 13th 2006, 11:16pm

by Wet_Boots

They're cheaper.

Saturday, May 13th 2006, 8:24pm

by brad44

5000 Plus or I-20?

I've been a Hunter rotor fan for years, but I'm hearing a lot of great things about Rain Bird's 5000 Plus series. When I can, I use Hunter I-20s, they're reliable, easy to install, and with their wide range of nozzles can cover just about anything. From what I can gather the 5000 Plus appears to be Rain Bird's answer to the I-20. Anyone got any experience with the 5000 Plus and a reason they would choose them over Hunter?