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Monday, May 12th 2003, 11:40am

by Rays Sprinklers

If you want spray control, and have ALOT of pressure i would use the I-20 and install the gray low angle nozzle included on the rack, or install the PGP which is the leading seller of sprinklers and buy the low angle nozzle

Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Sprinkler

Raymond Padula Jr.

Monday, June 17th 2002, 2:26pm


Probably the I-20. Has very easy radius adjustment, and very good nozzles.

Monday, June 17th 2002, 12:41pm

by fairplay

Spray control to me means keeping it off the concrete , when the wind picks up speed and the arc is to high .

Monday, June 17th 2002, 12:13pm


What do you mean by spray control?

Monday, June 17th 2002, 8:04am

by fairplay

Over spray control

Which of the following series of rotors gives you the best spray control :Rain Bird 5000 ;Toro V-1550 ;Hunter I-20 ;Nelson Pro 6000 .