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Monday, July 7th 2008, 8:17pm

by Lowvolumejeff

Design service.

Hi. I do this type of work, but I don't know where you live. Jeff

Monday, July 7th 2008, 12:25pm

by phareous (Guest)

Design only service?

I have an existing system in the ground that hasn't worked in years. I decided I would repair it and I have begun doing so...replacing each rotor with a new rainbird 5000 series and repairing leaks, etc.

My problem now is I am not sure what nozzle size to use on each head. Plus, there are new issues since it was first built, like two new flower beds in the middle of the yard.

Can anyone recommend a good company who could do some design based on fixing the coverage of my existing system? I need to know if I should move any heads, add some new heads, etc., and then what nozzles to use for each.