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Monday, September 4th 2006, 8:58pm

by lush96

low angle nozzles dont throw 35 ft. use a hunter pgp. standard number 6 nozzle will do fine. if your pressue is low, try a number 4 nozzle and increase the zone time a little.

Monday, September 4th 2006, 12:28pm

by Wet_Boots

What water pressure are you giving this sprinkler head? That makes a big difference, as does the available gallons-per-minute you can supply your sprinkler head.

Monday, September 4th 2006, 8:28am

by jmduke7

Rain-Bird 5004 series rotor with a low angle nozzle should suffice.

Monday, September 4th 2006, 7:26am

by jayhawk714

pop-up w/ large radius

<font face="Comic Sans MS"></font id="Comic Sans MS"><font size="6"></font id="size6"><font color="blue"></font id="blue">I need help on picking a 3" or higher pop-up sprinkler with at least a 35 foot radius and adjustable arc up to 360 degrees.