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Wednesday, May 31st 2006, 4:34pm

by savtong

I will try this once I got my rain-tree order from the mail.
My sprinkler is already up and running and I plan to change the nozzle without removing the rotors.

Thanks,[:D]

Wednesday, May 31st 2006, 10:25am

by brad44

Real easy. First make sure the radius reduction screw is completely clear of the nozzle. Next, lift and hold up the stem. With a flat head screw driver you should be able to easily remove the nozzle. I think there's a slot on the bottom of the nozzle.

Wednesday, May 31st 2006, 9:59am

by savtong

42SA nozzle replacement

I just bought several 42SA RB rotors. They all came pre-configured with 3gpm spray nozzles. I need to change 4 corner rotors with 1.5 gpm. I already bought a rain-tree for the 42SA's.

Anybody knows how I can do this/replace the nozzles while not damaging the rotors?

Thanks [:)]