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Tuesday, October 17th 2006, 12:11pm

by kgr

Thanks wet boots

Monday, October 16th 2006, 4:00pm

by Wet_Boots

Not really important, at least not so much as other factors, like how long the gear drive will keep working. I'd take a PGP over all your choices.

Monday, October 16th 2006, 12:21pm

by kgr

Sorry for such a dumb question. I guess I was just wondering if one had a better spray distribution then the other.

Saturday, October 7th 2006, 4:38am

by kgr

Rotor Selection

Hi everyone. I was wondering why sprinklerwarehouse does not carry K-Rain Rotors. If you had to choose from a Rainbird 5000, a Hunter I-20, or a K-Rain Pro Plus which one of these three would you choose and why? I currently have a K-Rain Pro Plus hooked to a short garden hose and it seems to work good but then again I have never tried the other two. Any help is greatly appreciated.