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Friday, February 3rd 2012, 2:14pm

by watermylawn (Guest)

Sprinklers

Is 20'-25' too close for sprinkler rotors? How far do pros usually place them apart? I always see pictures of irrigation systems, and they look like heads are 40'-50' apart with a great head-head throw. I don't have lots of pressure or gpm.
What kind of rotor would be the best? Its in a high traffic area, and I plan on $12 max each head with the shipping.
I planned on using the Rainbird 5004 head.