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The last 10 posts

Tuesday, February 28th 2017, 12:35am

by buddy love (Guest)

RE: toro s600

unfortunately there is no good real replacement. heads are made to be replaced these days. the toro 600 series was the best head made. disc top ,never got hit by a mower itwas made to last. all heads today are made to be replaced. adjustment screws strip and always gets hit with the mower. glad im out of the biz, i wouldnt install this crap with my name on it. go to ebay they sell toro 600 series.
How are the heads mounted, fixed risers or swing pipe with elbows. If on fixed risers switch to swing pipe so you can use any head and won't have to lower the pvc pipe.

Monday, July 4th 2011, 3:23pm

by mike1059

toro s600

How are the heads mounted, fixed risers or swing pipe with elbows. If on fixed risers switch to swing pipe so you can use any head and won't have to lower the pvc pipe.

Monday, July 4th 2011, 8:29am

by Wet_Boots

There are a tiny handful of spots I can think of that merit S600 replacement with nothing else, owing to the system needing the spray distance, or trajectory, of the old S600

Sunday, July 3rd 2011, 8:35pm

by Mitchgo

why not by a newer, better quality head for half the price

Sunday, July 3rd 2011, 7:45pm

by FrankG (Guest)

RE: Need to replace Toro Super 600 heads

Recently had to replace Toro Super 600 heads. Only place on earth I could find that still has them is . They are about $25.00 but are the exact thing you need. :) :)

Friday, May 20th 2011, 9:51am

by Wet_Boots

If a 20-year-old Super600 is now an inch below grade (because most lawns build up over time) I can replace it with a Super700 just like changing a lightbulb, and the new head will be at a proper height.


But never assume you don't have to dig, not if you are going to maintain your own sprinkler system.

Friday, May 20th 2011, 8:51am

by robertk54

I apologize for my confusion, I guess I am not quite following you. Exactly what do you mean by a ""light-bulb" replacement"? To me, having to adjust the piping to replace heads (using Super 800 or 700) is not quite a "light-bulb" replacement. Perhaps if all I needed was to replace one head. What more would have to be done if using another brand?


Thursday, May 19th 2011, 9:18pm

by Wet_Boots

Any brand that works can be used, but the only "light-bulb" replacement for a Super600 is a Super700

Thursday, May 19th 2011, 1:01pm

by robertk54

Are you saying that even the Super 800 is not a good replacement and there are no other brands which could be used?


Thursday, May 19th 2011, 9:05am

by Wet_Boots

The only even-remotely-possible easy replacement would be a Toro Super700 head, on account of it uses the same body as the old S600, BUT, the S700 is also a taller head, if not as tall as the common heads of today.

Since heads are usually slightly below grade after enough years, I find it easy enough to swap out a S700 in place of a S600. If your S600 heads are set so that a taller head won't work, then you have to dig.