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Monday, August 6th 2012, 9:06am

by GatorGuy

Do you have to go rotor?
Rain Bird has a side strip nozzle that's 9 x 18'.
Using those and the end strips you could fit in pretty well.

Friday, August 3rd 2012, 9:40pm

by kman (Guest)

mp rotator vs. rain bird 3500

have a 18 ft. by 117 ft. strip around 50 psi at 10 gpm. Would a small rotor such as the rainbird 3500 be better than mp rotator? I am fearful of the rain bird rotator because of the lack of arc adjustment which I need due being adjacent to a blacktop driveway.