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Thursday, October 13th 2005, 6:55am

by jcruce13

I prefer the Rainbird 5004 Rotors or the Hunter PGP's... I like the RainBirds because my local home improvment store carries the nozzles for them...

Its good for me because I keep misplacing the nozzles....

Im not a professional just someone who works religiously on his lawn to make sure it looks as beautiful as he can make it...


Thanks
-John
[;)]

Wednesday, October 12th 2005, 8:50am

by 7423brian

Rainbird vs. Toro

I am planning a home irrigation system and both of these companies offer free design service. The Toro plan is much more simplified. I want to know which products you all prefer.