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Monday, September 4th 2006, 9:04pm

by lush96

use the allen key part of your hunter adjuster. insert it into the area above where the water is coming out. turn clockwise to drive the pin into the spray and fan the spraythe more you turn.....the more fan you will get and the shorter the distance. even just a little fanning will do the trick without sacraficing too much distance.

Saturday, June 24th 2006, 9:35am

by gfdent

sprinkler nozzles for PGP Hunter heads

need help identifying problem with sprinkler water trajectory. water does not spray well but creates a stream trajectory, thus the water coverage is poor and grass is dying inside the radius of the stream. can any one help me rectify this problem? im using the hunter pgp rotor heads.