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The last 5 posts

Sunday, September 25th 2005, 10:18am

by DaveK

Thanks for the help, guys. I replaced the inoperative ones with 5004's and everything is good to go. The adjustments for the 5004's are considerably less difficult than the old T-Birds.

Thanks again!

Sunday, September 25th 2005, 3:52am

by letsrain

****o Dave K,
you can exchange the complete inset from the Rainbird 5000 Serie in the case of your installed T-Birds.
At this way you save any time of work....

Friday, September 23rd 2005, 11:06am

by DaveK


Do I need to replace the entire assembly or can I just swap the guts?

Friday, September 23rd 2005, 10:35am

by Tom

Rainbird 3500 or 5000 series heads

Friday, September 23rd 2005, 8:25am

by DaveK

T Bird Replacement

I have an old sprinkler system in my yard and it has T Bird rotors from Rain Bird. Since the T Bird isn't made any more, what can I use to replace the ones that aren't working.