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Wednesday, November 15th 2006, 3:38am

by Tom

No, the spray heads take spray nozzles with the biggest nozzle being a 17'radius.

However, you can install a mprotator in place of the nozzle to obtain the distance you want.

If your not able to find those, you should get rotors- perhaps hunter pgj or rainbird 3500

Thursday, November 2nd 2006, 10:57am

by silvercvic

sprinkler differences

What is the difference between sprinkler sprays vs sprinklers rotors? I bought the 4" pop-up rainbird 1800 series, are they any good to throw about 25' 360 degrees?