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Monday, April 11th 2005, 6:31pm

by RidgeRun05

No, it really shouldn't matter how close the head is to the valve.

Monday, April 11th 2005, 3:19am

by OscarNav

Installing Valve too close to a Rotor head...

Is there a set limit i should follow when installing a Rainbird 5000 Plus rotor head. One of my zones, i will probably have to install 3 rotors two 1/2 circle 30' MPR's and one FULL, for a total of 3 rotors wich keeps me well under my GPM's at about 45 PSI of pressure...Just wondering, will having a rotor too close to a valve damage it in any way? Thanks.