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Friday, August 2nd 2002, 5:50pm

by GERTRODEZ

thank you very much for your help,I will let you know how it came out.

GERTRODEZ MOHAMMED

Friday, August 2nd 2002, 8:26am

by RVLI

Then I would use the PGP's for the 57'x 130, but for the 15'x 130, you could either use sprays, or Hunter PGM's


Thursday, August 1st 2002, 6:38pm

by GERTRODEZ

one side of my lawn is 57ft wide and 130ft long, the other 15ft wide and 130ft long. I have already order hunter products from Sprinkler Warehouse of course. thanks

GERTRODEZ MOHAMMED

Thursday, August 1st 2002, 12:16pm

by RVLI

I can't tell you what to use unless you tell how big your yard is, Generally, Rotors are for bigger, more wider areas, such as your backyard. They generally have a radius of 15'-35'. Sprays on the otherhand, only have a radius of about 15'. You use them for smaller areas, such as the strip between the road and sidewalk. The radius on a sprinkler really depends on your GPM and PSI. For brands, I always install Hunter and Rainbird. You choose what's best for you, you should choose which sprinklers, valves, and clock is best for YOU.


Thursday, August 1st 2002, 10:08am

by GERTRODEZ

ROTORS OR SPRAY

I AM INSTALLING A SPRINKLER SYSTEM, WHAT'S THE BEST WAY TO GO SPRAY OR ROTORS AND ALSO HUNTER OR TORO

GERTRODEZ MOHAMMED