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Saturday, February 17th 2007, 3:16am


i don't mind spending the extra money on the i 20's and i like the fact you can turn one rotor off at a time to adjust the nozzle with out turning turning system off ..but it looks like the pgphave more nozzle slection would i be better off going with the pgp's?or just stick with the i20's


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Tuesday, February 20th 2007, 9:05am

I wont be a lot of help here but I haves used the pgps and think they are great. Honestly I dont know what you get for more money. My guess is better internals and longer life. Also how often do you want to turn off one head? For me never. because I designed my system to work. It is a good feature on initial setup.

So overall youll like either one but in the short term you will save a few dollars with the pgp



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Location: FT. Walton Beach, Florida


Tuesday, February 20th 2007, 9:37am

The nozzles selection is a nice thing to have, but remember, it is mainly for making a head more universal (useful in different applications). Your main focus should be on matching your precipitation rates across the zone, and delivering the water over the designed distances. The other features such as the water shut-off feature are just convenient at the initial install. Although it is handy, not so widely used after install is complete. <><
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