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Wednesday, August 22nd 2007, 2:03pm

by malibu jim

Best rotors

Having had a little experience installing sprinkler systems, I voluntered to help a buddy of mine do his yard. His house is atop a knoll in town and the water co. has a pump house at the bottom of the knoll for the 10 or so residences located on the hill. A check of his pressure and flow with my Toro guage shows 50 psi with 7gpm. This will undoubtedly require several valves for his 120'x65' backyard. He has 4 MiniPaw heads (new), so it looks like using them and MaxiPaws is our best bet for this. Is there any other option for low pressure like this? I think this is too large an area to use sprayheads.