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Sunday, April 20th 2008, 6:36pm

by hi.todd

I am a sprinkler contractor and read your comment. I am trying to understand why you need the stainless steel even with the sand issue. Is it going to perform better? It sure will cost more. I may need educating in this area.

My Idea is to use a Rainbird 1812 or Hunter Pro Series 12", or go with the 6" popups. Plastic is good in the world of sprinklers.

:thumbsup:
Dan Todd

Sunday, April 20th 2008, 5:10pm

by Tesla Contracting Inc.

Stainless Pop-Ups

I am searching for a stainless pop-up, Hunter preferably, to cover a retaining wall planting bed section. 6 inch would be nice but I settle for a 12 if need be. I am building a semi-dry stack wall w/ field stone, alot of sand content. Any ideas out there?