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Sunday, June 17th 2012, 10:45am

by lawnguyy

Wet_Boots, you're right. Thought I'd give it a shot. Thanks a lot.

Sunday, June 17th 2012, 9:48am

by Wet_Boots

You could have dug up and replaced more than one head in the time you will take to post and check for answers.

There are more than one version of the 570 popup - no one answer fits

Sunday, June 17th 2012, 8:24am

by lawnguyy

Replace Toro 570 Pop-Up Sprinkler Body - or Just the "Guts" ??

Hi, I hope this isn't dumb question about Toro 570
Sprinkler Body - that is now missing the spray head ( nozzle ? ) - and
has turned into a fountain instead of a lawn sprinkler.







Can I just unscrew the "guts" of old sprinkler body (the spring, pop-up,
and seal) - and replace that with the "guts" of new Toro 570 Sprinkler
Body - without digging up the lawn and removing the old Toro 570
Sprinkler Body's hollow plastic shaft ??



I bought a new Toro spray head to go with the new Toro 570 Sprinkler
Body, so I can do it either way. Am just trying to save some time if
possible.



- Lawnguyy