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wilmar p.

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Thursday, May 23rd 2002, 3:43pm

hunter falcon

hello,
i was gonna install a hunterr falcon in my backyard. I was wondeering if it would work for my yard. thanks
wilmar polinga


RVLI

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Friday, May 24th 2002, 3:16am

I don't know if you are talking about the Hunter I-20, I-25, or the Rainbird Falcon. Rainbird makes the Falcon rotor, not Hunter. Unless you have 80 PSI or have 15-20 GPM, I would not go with the Falcon or the I-25. Could you give us a little more info?


Rays Sprinklers

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Monday, May 12th 2003, 12:06pm

NOOOOOOO
Rainbird makes the falcon, and that is a commercial head ready to water with 15 GPM a head, and distances over 80 feet. Use the Hunter PGP or T+bird or if youhave high pressure the Hunter I20. NOTHING bigger



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MLAO

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Thursday, May 22nd 2003, 5:03am

My Sprinker system is from a brand "Harris". Does anyone know anything about it? Many of rotor type do not extract any more. I have to push them down. Do I need to replace them? Could I use any brand to replace them or do I have to be careful to match the pressure etc.?

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Monday, June 16th 2003, 10:51am

It looks like it says Harris, but it is Hardie. Hardie is no longer in the business. They merged with richdel to form Irritrol, and i think they changed the products. I would switch them over to the Hunter PGP or the Tbird. The Tbirds are much harder to adjust but have a much nicer spray pattern than the Huinter PGP. I would use the PGP.



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