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Robbies

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Location: USA

1

Friday, July 15th 2005, 8:31am

WHich one??

narrowed it down to the two which on?


Hunter I-20 Stainless steel
Toro Super 700 Stainless steel



Thanks for the replys

Tom

Supreme Member

2

Friday, July 15th 2005, 10:12am

most sprinkler guys run and hide from toro.................

Wet_Boots

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Location: Metro NYC

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Friday, July 15th 2005, 5:36pm

Stainless steel (it's just a sheath over the usual plastic) is for sandy soil, and for architects who specify stuff that isn't really needed. Prefer the I-20 over the Super700, and don't forget the humble PGP.

RidgeRun05

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Location: USA

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Friday, July 15th 2005, 9:45pm

I would go with the I-20 or PGP. Stainless steel is really not necessary, unless you are just going for the looks.
Tony Posey
Ridge Run Landscapes

Robbies

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Posts: 32

Location: USA

5

Saturday, July 16th 2005, 9:42am

Stainless is only $2.00 more per head. $1.50 more if buy in quanities. It also looks nice too.

Why do sprinkler guys run and hide from toro......

Robbies

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Location: USA

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Saturday, July 16th 2005, 9:48am

and also how come the PGP throws water up to 52ft and the I-20 47ft. I do like the I-20 better though than the PGP.

What are the pros and cons of the I-20 stainless?

Wet_Boots

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Saturday, July 16th 2005, 11:16am

PGP's are the original series, and have the widest range of nozzles, both smaller and larger (in flow) than the I-20 - The major con of the I-20 stainless is the cost.

Robbies

Senior Member

Posts: 32

Location: USA

8

Sunday, July 17th 2005, 9:22am

stainless also is suppsost to add more reliability and protect the outside from wear and tear as fast as plastic. Suppost to be more reliable.

I wonder what would happen if you hit one of them with the lawn mower...

RidgeRun05

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Posts: 314

Location: USA

9

Sunday, July 17th 2005, 9:30am

About the same thing as a plastic sprinkler, mixed with a little shrapnel. [:D]
Tony Posey
Ridge Run Landscapes

Robbies

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Posts: 32

Location: USA

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Sunday, July 17th 2005, 9:32am

also why do most people run and hide from toro.......

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