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Monday, September 17th 2007, 4:54am

by jimmyburg

Could it be a weathermatic nozzle?

Monday, June 4th 2007, 10:50am

by Fertigation Guru

Depends...not familiar with the brand but their are universal replacements out there. Either way should be a cheap and easy job.

Saturday, June 2nd 2007, 3:21pm

by Rifky

Help me identify my sprinkler head

Helped Dad install a sprinkler system 40 years ago. I am now trying to fix a broken sprinkler head for Mom. It's a brass head,on the top it says "Tricor" "half head". It sprays in a semi circle and the nozzle in the center is broken. Is this company still in business? Is their a universal replacement nozzle I can use, or do I need to dig up and replace the whole head?

Many thanks