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Thursday, December 9th 2004, 7:57am

by nestors

Hunter is very good for this .


Nestor's Sprinklers
Atlanta,Ga.

Saturday, October 9th 2004, 4:17am

by BTanner

[:0]Sorry JIMBOM, should have read your post more carefully. I did also install 70 Rainbird sprays including 8', 12', 15', and 18' Q, H, and van's. Also very happy with the performance.[:D]

Saturday, October 9th 2004, 4:11am

by BTanner

In June '04 I installed a 101 head system which includes 31 rotors, I used Rainbird 5000 plus rotors which I purchased right here at the warehouse. I'm very pleased with the performance.[:D]

Thursday, September 23rd 2004, 1:08pm

by JIMBOM

Adjustable Arc Heads

Any recommendations for adjustable arc spray heads? I've used the Toro 570 series and they tend to change by themselves. Anybody have experience with Rainbird or Hunter?