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Thursday, July 29th 2010, 12:59pm

by newbieLawnGuy (Guest)

Thank you very much. I never would have thought to search for the word "bushing" when trying to find an inlet adapter.

Tuesday, July 27th 2010, 11:59pm

by mrfixit

Most residential sprinkler systems are installed that way, 1/2" outlet. You need a bushing.

www.sprinklerwarehouse.com/PVC-Threaded-Reducing-Bushing-p/439-101.htm

Tuesday, July 27th 2010, 10:46pm

by newbieLawnGuy (Guest)

Converting spray heads to rotor

I'm think about converting my current spray sprinkler heads to rotor ones. However, the inlets on all my spray head bodies are 1/2" while it seems like all rotor bodies have a 3/4" inlet. Is there a converter I can buy so that a rotor body will fit? I'm particularly looking at using Toro multi-stream rotor heads.