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Wednesday, May 16th 2012, 9:57pm

by grey

I used old knife to cut the sod. Then I pulled sod away, dig out head, adjust/repair.

Wednesday, May 16th 2012, 1:07pm

by Wet_Boots

there are circle cutters for sprinkler heads

Wednesday, May 16th 2012, 12:23pm

by mdbarn2003 (Guest)

Proper tools for removing surrounding grass?

Is there a tool that is made to cleanly and conveniently take out the grass/soil surrounding the sprinkler heads without having to use a spade shovel and take out a whole heap of grass/dirt when I need to get the sprinkler head out? I am tired of having to rip up my lawn for sprinkler head repairs. Perhaps a tool similar to a golf green cup digger? Please help!