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Tuesday, August 23rd 2005, 6:30pm

by schling_us

Well I answered my own question you can use the new 5000 series nozzles you just have to cut the two little tabs off that keep them from sitting flush, easy as that thanks anyways guys.

Tuesday, August 23rd 2005, 11:19am

by schling_us

42SA nozzle tree

I made the mistake of purchasing Rainbird 42SA rotors at a local retailer and am now having problems finding parts for them. Does anyone know where to find a nozzle tree for these, and yes I know they're the same as the old 5000 series heads, but I can't seem to find nozzles for these either. help please.