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Rays Sprinklers

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Posts: 493

Location: USA

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Thursday, May 22nd 2003, 3:54am

Where do you install (i.e. NY>>) I just wanted to know if you had any experience with the Tbird rotors.. I used the PGP but i think im going to switch over to Tbird...................(better coverage) Is that a good idea??

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Ray
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RVLI

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Posts: 460

Location: USA

12

Thursday, May 22nd 2003, 12:38pm

Ray,
E-mail me man! I would love to talk!


Rays Sprinklers

Supreme Member

Posts: 493

Location: USA

13

Wednesday, May 28th 2003, 9:00am

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Ray
Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Lawn Sprinklers
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Ray
Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Lawn Sprinklers

bigharold58

Active Member

Posts: 5

Location: USA

14

Monday, November 1st 2004, 2:50am

I have both the Hunter PGP (#7 nozzles) and the Rainbird 5004 (#3 nozzles)installed in my yard. Both are good, however the throw of the Rainbirds has proven to be much longer than the Hunters. As a matter of fact the K-rain K-2's have a longer throw than the Hunter PGP's. It takes more than just a name and track record to remain on top!
Harold L. Williams

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