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Sunday, August 24th 2003, 2:49pm

by RVLI

Found here:
http://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/shop3/MiscToolsService_and_Repair.html

Sunday, August 24th 2003, 6:26am

by RVLI

You might need an impact pull up tool. It is in SW's online store in the 'misc' category.

Sunday, August 24th 2003, 2:51am

by drpete3

No you should not have to shut off the water unless you are making thses changes during normal watering times. Just go for it.

Friday, August 22nd 2003, 2:27am

by dnonnema

Great! Thanks. Do I need any special tools to remove the old sprinkler (Rainbird 15103 mini-paw).

Also, I assume I have to shut down the water supply before attempting to replace the sprinklers.

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<br />Replacing an ATR is simple.

Take out the sprinkler itself out of the canister, twist in th ATR, make sure the right trip is aligned along the road, sidewalk, ect. and adjust accordingly.

http://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/shop3/SprinklersSprinklers___RotorsHunter.html


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Thursday, August 21st 2003, 5:55pm

by RVLI

Replacing an ATR is simple.

Take out the sprinkler itself out of the canister, twist in th ATR, make sure the right trip is aligned along the road, sidewalk, ect. and adjust accordingly.

http://www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/shop3/SprinklersSprinklers___RotorsHunter.html


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Thursday, August 21st 2003, 3:56pm

by estrat

Yep pretty straight forward, just unscrew the top, pull out the top half and screw in the ATR, nothin to it, I bought mine from sprinkler warehouse and got it in two days.

Thursday, August 21st 2003, 2:04am

by dnonnema

Replace Impact with Hunter PGP-ATR?

I want to replace an impact sprinkler with the Hunter PGP-ATR. Reason: this web site makes it look easy to do it myself[:D].

Is it as easy as it appears to be? Are there any special tools required? My sprinkler guy charges $75 to do this--I would prefer to keep my money...Thanks!