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The last 6 posts

Sunday, October 19th 2003, 3:49pm

by Rays Sprinklers


Wednesday, October 15th 2003, 7:39am

by bhungue2


Tuesday, October 14th 2003, 11:14am

by Rays Sprinklers

mine too....i use the 12s

Friday, October 10th 2003, 1:38pm


Budget problems. The less heads, the less price. Or if you have a lot of pressure and 15 or so feet to water. That would be my guess.

Friday, October 10th 2003, 7:50am

by bhungue2

Does anybody know why you would use 15's?

Monday, October 6th 2003, 8:15am

by bhungue2

rainbird 15' nozzles

The rainbird 15 foot nozzles use twice as much water as the 12 foot nozzles. Why would anybody use these nozzles? When I am doing repairs I move several heads, add one or two heads, and switch everything to 12 foot nozzles. A whole lot better pressure. Why use 15's?