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Sunday, June 25th 2006, 7:20pm

by xpedient

You can dig up the head and risor, remove the fitting it is attatched to and install a new type of fitting based on your needs. You will have to run a section of 1" or 3/4" poly pipe to the new area and then put an end elbow in with a risor and attatch the head. If you are only moving the head a few feet a swing set up would be better...

Saturday, June 24th 2006, 1:06pm

by mrtrumpet

New To Sprinkler System. Need to move Heads

I have a 25 year old Rainbird System. Most everything seems to work well. But I need to move some heads because they're no where near where the current needs are.

I dug up one head and see it attached to a hose, but I'm not sure how to extend the hose to the new area and reattach the head.

Can anyone explain what I need to know in order to be able to order the right parts to extend the various heads to new areas?

Thanks