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Tuesday, October 16th 2007, 3:59pm

by Bill Haddon

By golly I believe you are absolutely correct! Outstanding, thanks!! I wish the website had a photo but even with just the description think it's worth a try so I'm going to give it a shot.

I appreciate your time,
Bill

Tuesday, October 16th 2007, 1:17pm

by mrfixit

This might be what you're looking for. =)
http://www.irrigationsupply.com/store/item.asp?ITEM_ID=164&DEPARTMENT_ID=76
http://www.irrigationsupply.com/store/item.asp?ITEM_ID=165&DEPARTMENT_ID=76
http://www.irrigationsupply.com/store/item.asp?item_id=166

Tuesday, October 16th 2007, 9:25am

by Bill Haddon

Grass over the sprinkler head issue

Does anyone know where I might obtain a device that will allow me to cut away the grass that grows over the top of my sprinkler heads?

I’ve typically used a plain old #303 “tin can” but after an hour or so of this, I find that I long for a device of some sort that will enable me to do the job much more efficiently.

I’m envisioning a cutting head of some sort (with teeth much like the drill bit used to cut a hole in a door for installation of the door hardware) with a long handle attached to it that will enable the work to be done quickly from a standing position.

Thanks,
Bill