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The last 4 posts

Monday, November 12th 2012, 11:07am

by wsommariva

Rain bird and Hunter products I think are rated highly on this forum.

I have many Hunter MP rotators in my system.

If you like RB products and those rotors are designed for your particular purpose I would buy them.

Sunday, November 11th 2012, 12:37pm

by Wet_Boots

the best short distance rotor is the most reliable rotor period, and that is the Toro 300 series stream rotor, but it is not designed for amateur use

Sunday, November 11th 2012, 8:45am

by seansy59

I prefer Hunter PGP sprinklers. But that's just me. Everyone has their preferences.

Thursday, November 8th 2012, 10:35pm

by Golfer1633

Best Rotor for Short distances

I realized I put this in the repair section so I moved it to the design section as it is probably more appropriate for it. Im looking at installing RB 3500s throughout my back yard... Are RB 3500 the best in the class or am I better off going with a different make or model?
Thanks,
Anthony